CodeTwo Outlook Attachment Reminder 1.1.0
CodeTwo Outlook Attachment Reminder is a free MS Outlook add-in that alerts you when it seems that you have forgotten to attach a file to your message and pressed the Send button.
The program scans a content of your e-mail and if it finds predefined expressions, such as e.g. 'see file', 'attachment', it categorizes the message as the one that possibly needs to include an attachment. The list of phrases can be easily modified and new keywords can be added.
Sending messages without appropriate files may cause a lot of confusion and delays. The new program from CodeTwo has been released to help Outlook users avoid such situations. The installation is very easy. Once it is saved to your computer, you just have to run the installer and follow the wizard. After a few seconds you can find the program added to your Outlook's ribbon and enjoy the friendly reminders.
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