This utility saves attachments from MBOX files by specifying the location for attachment files and running the software. It supports free downloads and is a simple tool for saving attachments.
One of the key benefits of using this utility was that it was able to extract attachments to files while keeping the folder structure intact. It was also able to save special attachments such as embedded Outlook items, hidden attachments, and inline attachments in the body of the message.
This software allowed me to filter attachments by name, extension, size of attachments, and message dates. It was able to save attachments from any MBOX file formats, including Gmail Takeout, Mozilla Thunderbird, Opera Mail, Eudora, Mac Mail, and others. Additionally, it provided an additional command line application to batch save attachments from MBOX files in multiple locations.
The software also had no restrictions on the size or number of MBOX files being processed. This meant that I could easily save all attachments from all MBOX files in a given folder.
One of the features that I appreciated most about this utility was that it allowed me to use macros to name and structure folders. By grouping saved attachments by date, message subject, sender, recipient's domain, optional message fields, and other properties, it helped me stay more organized.
Overall, I found this software to be a very efficient way of saving attachments. The ability to automate the saving process, and run it by a schedule, using the command line tool was an added bonus. If you are looking for a MBOX attachment saving utility, I definitely recommend this one.
Version 4.20: New features and enhancements.
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