Extract Attachments From PST Files Software7.0
Extract Attachments From PST Files Software is reliable, easy to use and capable of retrieving various types of attachments from email files. The software can extract files attached by the user, as well as images, text, PDFs or other data rendered within the email message. Moreover, it can handle multiple files at the same time.
Easily manage email backup files
PST (personal storage) files are the specific type of documents that store data and can be generated with Microsoft Outlook. They can preserve the integrity and quality of the emails and constitute a suitable option when creating Outlook backups. Similarly, the EML files are email files that were sent or received via a POP3 email application.
Both PST and EML contain the afferent email message and any attachments to the original email. You may easily store these files on your computer, but they are only accessible with specific applications. Extract Attachments From PST Files Software can read and manage batches of these files simultaneously.
Restore several types of attachments from email files
Extract Attachments From PST Files Software allows you to load the specific files into the waiting list, then easily process them. You may load EML documents from various folders, or you may open an entire directory and let the software detect the supported input. You simply need to select the output folder, then start the extraction.
The software can detect many types of attachments in an email, including images, text files, logos, PDFs, applications, archive files or registration entries. In other words, you can retrieve all the elements that can be rendered in the email, as you open it in the dedicated client or service.
Lightweight application that helps you acquire email attachments
Extract Attachments From PST Files Software can help you retrieve the attachments contained in an email file within seconds. The software can perform the attachment extraction in a short time and it indicates the evolution of the process with the help of the progress bar. Thus, you may view the extraction in progress, and access the files as soon as they are saved to the output folder.