Most email providers today have a measly attachment limit of 20 MBs at the most, anything above this limit will be promptly bounced back to the sender, however you can still send large files as email attachments by uploading them to one of the several free online storage websites and including a link to the file in your email.
Though that solution may not be entirely neat and may require multiple actions, Acrobat.com today announced a free add-in for Microsoft Outlook that will allow you to send large files from Outlook. This feature is pretty similar to the Yousendit add-in we had told you about earlier.
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Many outlook users have tons of emails buried deep within folders and archives, finding and downloading attachments is not particularly easy when you have to find messages that are months old.
However a new tool from Nirsoft called Outlook Attach View scans and searches all the messages stored in Outlook and displays a list of all the attached files that it finds.
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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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Microsoft Outlook is probably one of the most use email and appointment management desktop software. However keeping a eye on your tasks and appointments would require users to open the application and bring it into focus.
Outlook on the Desktop is a freeware tool that will embed your Outlook Calendar, Inbox, Contacts, Notes or Tasks on your desktop, allowing you to edit and view the events and emails, just like you do while using Outlook itself.
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So you have created a document that you want to send across to your friends or colleagues, but why waste time opening up your email program, attaching the file and then sending the email to the recipients you want to?
YouSendIt a service that allows you to send large files as email attachments, albeit they don’t exactly attach a file but just include a link to the uploaded file stored on their servers, making it easier for anyone to download the files without being limited to the mail server limit of 20MB attachment size.
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Xobni one of our favorite Microsoft Outlook add-ins and one of the top 12 free and most useful Microsoft Outlook add-ins we recommend have launched a new version which integrates Yahoo! Mail search, Facebook profile look up, Hoover company profiles and instant Skype chats and calls.
These features definitely makes Xobni one of the best add-ins for Microsoft Outlook and will make communication a lot more easier with your contacts. The latest version Xobni 1.6.3 is available for public download, old users will be automatically updated over the next few weeks, but if you are looking to upgrade immediately, you can visit this URL.
Download Xobni 1.6.3 to get all the latest features.
Tags are here to rule the world and it has been widely used by various softwares and services. Taglocity is a service that allows users to tag your content from within Microsoft Outlook.
If you are using Outlook for multiple accounts then you may know how messy it gets when you recieve lots of mails in the day, tagging your mails allows you to organize them better and make it more search friendly, as you easily specify the tags your looking for rather than searching independent mails.
As most of you may already have seen the buzz about tags and how they are helpful in sorting and searching data easily, oraganize informaiton nicely, and communicate more clearly to others what the information is about.
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I use Google Calendar because it sends me SMS alerts for upcoming events, and also is pretty easy to use, on the other hand most of my work and other useful tasks are stored on Outlook, which include official calendar events, meeting reminders and more.
Google Calendar is definitely a great service and having my Outlook synced up with it really helps a lot.
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Outlook is a really good email, contact and calendar management tool and we have told you about shred several tools and tricks for Outlook users over time. Outlook allows you to add and access a unlimited amount of POP/IMAP/HTTP accounts, but what if you forget the passwords of accounts you have setup up in Outlook?
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Outlook security settings restrict / block access to several executable files that are sent to you as a attachment, though the security is not questionable, there are several times when legit attachments are blocked by Outlook.
I came across such a problem when a colleague emailed me a .bat (batch) file, as a attachment. Outlook simply blocked access to the file, and it also did not provide me with a option to unblock the attachment.
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