A collection of email sending and retrieval add-ins and utilities designed for Microsoft Outlook.
The following pages are a collection of mail utilities for Microsoft Outlook that don't fit any of the categories listed under More Information. There is a separate page for each type of utility and those who don't fit within the four main types of utilities are under Mail Tools for Outlook. If you are still
This is a collection of mail utilities for Microsoft Outlook. Sending and Retrieval | Mass Mail | Compose Tools | Duplicate Checkers More Information More Information Content Control Tools Compression Tools Decoder Tools Distribution List Tools Fax Tools -- includes tools for scanning documents into Outlook items Junk Mail Tools Mailing List Tools Notification Tools Security
The tools listed on this page are used for sending mail to multiple recipients, including mail merge. Use them to send newsletters and other bulk mail. Many can be configured to slowly send messages if your ISP limits the number of messages you can send in a time period.
If some messages arrive from the Internet looking like scrambled eggs, then you need to save each one as a file, then decode it. This is much less of a problem with current versions of Microsoft Outlook than it was with older versions of Microsoft Outlook and Exchange Messaging. There are two types of files
Listed below are Stationery collections and tools you can use to take advantage of the HTML stationery feature in Microsoft Outlook 98 and later versions. Tip: If you have a "standalone" version of Outlook installed and are missing the Stationery options, try copying winword.exe into the same folder as Outlook.exe. This will enable most missing
These tools reduce the amount of space required to store attachments and the amount of time required to send messages by applying various compression techniques. If you use Outlook 2010, see Outlook 2010's Default Attachment Size for an issue that may cause issues when using these tools. The applications on this page integrate with Outlook.