Export Messages to HTML for Outlook 4.12

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Free tool for exporting email messages from Outlook to HTML files with attachments and folder structure.

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Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/8/Vista/XP/Server
Publisher:
Relief Software
Price:
Freeware
File size:
321 Kb
Date added:
November 2, 2017
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Description from the Publisher
The easy and free tool to save email messages from Outlook is to export them to HTML files. Saved HTML files can be viewed on any computer or mobile phone using a web browser, with no need to install additional programs. The exported HTML files will contain all the pictures and attachments, and the files themselves will be arranged into folders. You can upload such messages to the Internet or share them with partners.
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Free and easy way to convert message files from Outlook MSG to EML format. It is possible to retain the original folder structure. Supports old ANSI and modern Unicode MSG formats. The product contains Outlook add-in and standalone application.

This free utility quickly and easily exports email messages from MBOX message database files to MSG format files used by Outlook. Then, you can import them into Outlook, work with them in Windows Explorer, do a search, send to other users and more.

This free utility quickly splits large MBOX files into separate message files in EML format. After that, you can work with them directly in Windows Explorer, do a search, send to other users, and import into Outlook and other email clients.

This free utility extracts attachments from MSG files in the specified folder. In addition, you can process all the subfolders and create the same folder structure for attachment files in the specified location on your disk or network share.

This free utility saves attachments from message base files of MBOX format. To save attachments from MBOX files in the selected folder, simply specify the location on your drive or network resource for attachment files and run the utility.