Thursday, August 26, 2021

Saving Microsoft Outlook Emails as .HTML Documents with MessageExport Add-in.

So you want to convert Outlook emails into .html docs, but you're having trouble figuring out how to accomplish this?  

Despite there being many good reasons to save emails to .html files, support for this functionality is rare in major Windows email apps.  Microsoft Office 365/2019 does not natively support exporting Outlook emails as .html documents.

MessageExport add-in for Windows versions of Microsoft Outlook does this job very well, and is easy to use.  It installs as an add-in to the Outlook menu system.  Converting Outlook mail to html is as easy as selecting the email (or multiple emails) from the mail list, choosing "html" from the MessageExport toolbar, and starting the export operation.

Save Outlook emails as html documents with MessageExport add-in.

The Outlok emails you selected will now be converted to HTML documents and saved to the hard drive folder you specify. 

Exporting Outlook emails to html is a very useful feature of MessageExport, but it is not nearly all that the MessageExport add-in can do for you.  There are many other possible export formats you can choose from, other than HTML.

MessageExport drop down list showing many different email export formats you can choose from.

All of MessageExport's file conversion capabilities can be selected from the drop down list. These are called Export Profiles.

You can edit these export profiles to do different things, such as apply a specific file name to the converted files. You can also create your own export profiles that accomplish very specific tasks. For example, with a single export profile, you could do something like: convert an email to PDF, give the pdf a specific name, zip the pdf file and save it to a shared folder on your hard drive.  

Because there are so many powerful ways you can combine MessageExport's capabilities into an export profile, its nearly impossible for us to describe all of the things it can do.  MessageExport customers can contact the Encryptomatic LLC support team for assistance in building specific export profiles, however, its very likely that by running the profile wizard, you will be able to build a profile to meet your specific needs.

Email export profile creator, wizard.

If you regularly work with Microsoft Outlook emails, MessageExport will save you a lot of time by automating and streamlining email export chores.  

Download the 15 day free trial of MessageExport directly from the publisher. There's no obligation. Let MessageExport begin to make your work with email a little easier.

Tuesday, June 29, 2021

Batch Printing Emails From Microsoft Outlook with MessageExport Add-in

MessageExport by Encryptomatic LLC is an Windows Office add-in for Microsoft Outlook. It extends Outlook's email exporting capabilities, allowing you to process emails to PDF and other image formats. MessageExport can also be used to batch print emails.  

To use the batch printing capability, you will select "Printer" from the drop down list.  Then, select multiple emails in Outlook's mail list, and click or tap the "Export" button.

MessageExport add-in displayed in MS Outlook toolbar. "Printer" export profile is selected.

You can have multiple "Printer" export profiles in MessageExport, making it quick and easy to send the email print job to any printer you choose.

By selecting the "Printer" profile and then the tools icon from the toolbar, you can edit the Printer profile and then save it as a new profile.  For example, Printer could be renamed "Printer-Canon", so you know that printing emails to the "Printer-Canon" profile will always send the print job to the Canon printer.

MessageExport, printer selection screen is shown.

MessageExport add-in for Outlook works with Outlook versions 365/2019/2016/2013/2010. If your job requires you to regularly work with email messages, you will quickly come to appreciate all the time that MessageExport can save you.

Processing emails for printing is only one capability of MessageExport. See for yourself how much it can do for you by getting the free trial.

Try it free for 15 days.

Monday, September 28, 2020

Introducing Encryptomatic OpenPGP Windows Desktop Encryption


Thanks to the support we have received from users of Encryptomatic OpenPGP add-in for Microsoft Outlook, we have been encouraged to expand its capabilities.  In the latest release, Encryptomatic OpenPGP now includes Windows desktop functionality and integration with the Windows right click context menu.

Screen shot showing OpenPGP integrated with Windows desktop right click context menu. Capabilities incude Sign and Encrypt, and Key Management..

By downloading and running the signed installer package, Encryptomatic OpenPGP will integrate with Windows desktop and Microsoft Outlook (if available), then launch a wizard that will guide new users through the process of creating a key pair.



For information on downloading and installing Encryptomatic OpenPGP, visit the product homepage.