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emlDetach 1.4

Detach Your Email Attachments and Save them wherever you want!


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Total downloads: 125
  • Last Updated: May 11, 2010
  • License: Shareware $14.00
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98/Me
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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emlDetach is a Social & Communication software developed by BitDaddys Corp.. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for emlDetach:

EditByBrothersoft: Detach Your Email Attachments and Save them wherever you want! Extract your message attachments from eml files. emldetach recursively crawls your specified input folder for your exported or saved email files. It then saves copies of the original attached files, found in the email files, to your choice of archive Locations. You can group attachments into type based Folders and even read zip files! Includes improved statistics and powerful command line options! Designed to read individual RFC-822 .eml email files and export all found attachments.

NEW in 1.4 - Option to Copy eml files to attachment folders.

Windows compatibility
Reads email files
Saves Message Parts under their original stored names
Groups all of the extracted attachments in to your specified output location.
Allows for duplicate attachment names by serializing
Allows you to specify any input location
Allows you to select or deselect whether to search sub directories
Allows you to group attachments types together
Will read emails from within a zip file
Will create a log file of who sent attachments
Will create a log file of how many of each attachment type was found
Can group your attachments by Sender's email address
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