Outlook Solutions

How to Batch Hide or Show All Embedded Objects in Your Outlook Email

At times, when viewing an email in Outlook, you may want to batch hide all objects inserted to see texts only. Here this article will teach you how to realize it with VBA. You must have ever received an email which contains many images or tables in body. More often than, too many such embedded objects will disturb you viewing the textual contents of the email. Hence, at this time, you would like to batch hide them and get them back later after finishing viewing the texts. Now, thereinafter,...

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How to Batch Extract All Attachments from Multiple Outlook Contacts

Outlook doesn't support you to batch extract all attachments from a contact to your local drive, not to mention extracting from multiple contacts. Thus, this article will teach you how to save all attachments from many contacts in one go. To extract all attachments from an email, you can select the attachments and then click "Save All Attachments" in "Attachments" ribbon. However, such a ribbon is not available for contacts when you select attachments in a contact. That is to say, Outlook...

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How to Batch Delete All Items Except Emails in “Deleted Items” Folder in Outlook

In Outlook, "Deleted Items" contains not only deleted emails but also deleted tasks, appointment, contacts and other types of items. If you wish to batch delete all items except emails from this folder, you can use the method introduced in this article. No matter when you delete an email, appointment, task, contact, note or journal, the item will be moved to the "Deleted Items" folder. This is why your "Deleted Items" folder is always stuffed with all kinds of items. In reality, for most...

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