Automatic Email Processor 1 – 10-User License

Automatic Email Processor 1 - 10-User LicenseAutomatic Email Processor is a useful tool for Outlook to save and print emails or email attachments from incoming emails automatically. For this, powerful filters, flexible configuration options like individually definable storage folders as well as the possibility of subsequent processing are available. For instance, the path of the location where Automatic Email Processor stores an email attachment can be composed dynamically from the individual properties of the email.

The program supports the creation of an unlimited number of profiles to be able to make separate settings for different email accounts. Additionally, you can apply a profile to emails of a certain period or to all already received emails of an Outlook folder.
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