Export Emails, Folders or Attachments From Outlook

Outlook is a pretty popular email client, however it does provide users with the ability to export individual emails or emails from folders, or save attachments into a separate folder from several emails.

Outlook Export is a handy freeware utility that will allow users to export individual emails or folders, and also quickly export email attachments and save it to a different folder.

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Outlook Export Features

  1. Quickly and easily export emails (individual or entire folder)
  2. Quickly and easily export email attachments
  3. Quickly and easily extract links from all emails in a given folder

In addition to exporting emails, Outlook Export will also do a reverse DND lookup for senders email, include the full header into the email, include both text and HTML versions of the emails and produces a readable list of links in the email.

Outlook Export has been tested using Outlook 2003, however I was able to use the software on a Outlook 2007 installation.

Download Outlook Export

5 thoughts on “Export Emails, Folders or Attachments From Outlook”

  1. Really Outlook Express Is Very Popular And User Friendly.

    Outlook Has Export Features Like Quickly And Easily Sends and Receives E-Mails & Newsgroup messages, Attachments, Extract Links From All E-Mails.

    I Regularly Use Outlook Express, Now Outlook Has New Version, It’s Very Advanced.

  2. Frankly speaking, i didnt knw how popular
    “Outlook Express” was… I cme 2 knw wen i joined my new job….
    Really Outlook is very popular n hve heard dat it can export all your emails,export all the attachments in the emails and also export all the links from the emails to a given folder.
    N nw i regualarly use Outlook Express n its new version is also cmng…..

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