File Fetch 3.0Automatically send a requested file from your computer out when a message with a specific request is received.
The File Fetch is an Outlook add-in that can automatically send a requested file from your computer out when a message with a specific request is received. Are you frequently asked to send a price-list? Or do you need some file from your home computer? Now all these problems can be solved easily with the use of this Microsoft Outlook add-in! All that you need is to send out the message with the correctly composed request, and you will receive the necessary file by email!
The use of File Fetch is absolutely safe – Outlook add-in can only send the files which you have allowed to be sent. It is also possible to use the request with the password so that the file is not going to be sent to somebody unauthorized who gets the request key phrase. The outgoing files can be also placed into the password-protected archive for more protection. Moreover, you can specify the addresses, requests from which will be processed by this Microsoft Outlook add-in, or you can allow requests from all addresses.
The use of the File Fetch allows you to:
- automate the process of replying to the requests to send the file;
- get the necessary files by sending the request by email;
- use different rules to send different files;
- automatically archive the outgoing files;
- protect requests as well as file-archives with the password;
- send out the files either as attachments or directly in the message body.
File Fetch is one of the 18 components of MAPILab Toolbox. If you'd like to learn more about other Outlook add-ins and download a trial version of the program please visit MAPILab Toolbox product page. You can buy this set of 18 different Microsoft Outlook add-ins for the price of one!
Technical requirements and compatibility of the MAPILab Toolbox:
- Microsoft Outlook 2007, 2003, 2002/XP, 2000;
- Microsoft Windows 98, NT, ME, 2000, XP, 2003, Vista.
Supported languages (program interface and help file):
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