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stripping Outlook attachements automatically

Posted on 2011-03-17
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We have a user who wants a way to strip attachment from Outlook and save then automatically to a repository on his computer. We are looking for a solution that does it automatically and to all received e-mails.
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TAWpower earned 250 total points
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I have used this tool...

http://www.kopf.com.br/outlook/

Description from site....
"Free Outlook add-in for saving and extracting attachments, decreasing the size of your Outlook files. Easy-to-use. Plenty of features. Does the same as the concurrents do, but for free."
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Thanks All... I will try both solutions and see which one works best.
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Have you tried this yet?
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