Thursday, March 12, 2009

Extracting multiple attachments from Outlook with OutlookAttachView

If you use Microsoft Outlook regularly, you probably have many attached files scattered in your mailbox. Some of these attachments were sent by you to other people, some of them were sent by others to your inbox.

But what should you do you if you want to easily extract all these attached files and save them into one folder ?
My new OutlookAttachView utility can help you do that. It displays the list of attached files in your Outlook's mailbox, and allows you to easily select all attachments that you need, and then extract them into a folder that you choose.

For more information about OutlookAttachView, click here.


OpenID jschroedl said...


Future feature request: Right-click or tool button to open the containing message in Outlook (to be sure I don't really need it any more before I delete it).

Thanks again.

March 12, 2009 12:44 PM  
Blogger Jason said...


I also have many e-mails and because of that, many attached files.
But when I am looking for an attached file, I simply use my search tool lookeen (

I don´t get it. Why do you spend time extracting your attachments?


March 13, 2009 3:43 PM  
Blogger cyke64 said...

Hello Nirsoft ,

I love all your utilities softwares :)
This new tool will be perfect for me if it allows me to PRINT a choice of selected attached files !
Perhaps it will be available in a new version ?

Best regards

March 16, 2009 5:32 AM  
Blogger NJTrout said...

Do you log any information in the e-mail the attachment was removed from? That would be a great feature to create an audit trail of what is removed, when and of course a link in the e-mail to the attachment.

March 18, 2009 12:03 PM  
Blogger 牛魔王 said...

Great tool I'm looking for!

A question: I have many emails were saved to disk with *.msg format. How can I use this tool to extract the attachments from these messages?

Many thanks!

April 18, 2009 6:07 AM  

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