|Updated||Dec 23rd 2015|
Lepide Software Private Limited
|Crack Size||6.5 MB|
|Systems||Windows 2K, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10 64 bit|
Kernel for Attachment Management is a small, but effective tool designed to help you manage email attachments from your Outlook client.
Not only is the UI sleek and stylish, but it is also self-descriptive so even users with a basic knowledge would not have a problem navigating through the menu bars. Therefore, depending on how you usually work with Outlook, you can access the Rule or the Tool sub-menus.
The Rule tab allows you to create your set of rules for handling current attachments and those from incoming emails. You can update links, restore filed that are damaged or corrupted, compress everything in an archive that you can access later or determine the efficiency of the rules created in the logs from the Tools tab.
The trump card of the application is the flexibility it allows you when it comes to creating a new rule for how the attachments should be handled. After you specify the name of the rule and the folders it is applicable for, you can craft rules that encompass messages sent by a certain contact or that are incoming on a specific date, for instance.
In addition, you can put together a basic organization system for the files by changing their names using the advanced format functions. Lastly, you can configure the app to account for emails that include a certain message subject, filename or that have a certain size.
On a side note, you can configure the application to save the attachments as a single file or compress them all into a ZIP archive. You should know that you can secure the archive with a password, a feature that can surely come in handy when you are exchanging emails containing financial reports or similarly sensitive data.
Overall, Kernel for Attachment Management Crack is a comprehensive tool that can lend you a hand with processing and organizing your Outlook attachments.