Our Save As PDF add-in for Microsoft Outlook saves emails (and their attachments) as a single PDF file. Useful for case or project backups, legal discovery, and more. It saves each email into its own PDF file.
Features of the new Save As PDF add-in include:
- Integrates directly into Outlook for easy access
- Saves an email plus all its attachments to a single PDF file
- Runs automatically in the background or catch up quick with manual mode
- Monitors multiple folders for incoming email attachments at the same time
- Allows for automatic renaming or overwriting of PDF files
- Saves the PDF file in a Windows sub-folder (mimics the Outlook folder structure)
- Converts .doc, .docx, .xls, xlsx, .ppt, .pptx, .txt, .html, .jpg, .gif, .png and even .zip attachments
- Flag, categorize or move the emails that fail to convert for any reason
- Optionally prints the PDF as a single print job (note: this feature requires the Auto Print Add-In)
- Works with Microsoft Exchange Server but doesn’t require it
- Works with Microsoft Outlook 2010 (64-bit and 32-bit) and Outlook 2007 (note: not Outlook 2003 or below)
There’s no clunky PDF printer driver required, this add-in does all the work and contains everything you need to start creating PDF files out of your inbox.
Saves email with attachments in a single PDF-file
The add-in first converts the email to PDF, then takes each attachment and inserts that into the PDF as well. It works on Microsoft Word files (.doc and .docx), Microsoft Excel files (.xls and .xlsx), Microsoft Powerpoint files (.ppt and .pptx), plain text files (.txt), HTML files (.htm and .html), PDF files, image files (.jpg, .gif, .png) and even looks in compressed zip files!
If there are any problems along the way (for instance, AutoCAD drawings or other proprietary formats), the add-in has the ability to move the email to another folder (which is useful if you’re using batch mode to generate a bunch of PDF files all at once, so you can easily see which ones cannot be converted) or it can simply flag that email with a category so you can go back later to see which ones cannot be converted.
Automatically print after the PDF-file has been generated
The add-in can also print the PDF once it has generated it. It does not queue the email, then the attachments – this can lead to out of order printing. What it does is submits the PDF as a single print job to guarantee that each email is followed by its attachments in the printer, in order. Note that this feature requires you to have the Auto Print add-in, sold separately.
This add-in is perfect for in-house archiving, legal discovery, compliance, and more.
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