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Total Outlook Converter will help you convert Outlook emails to PDF, DOC, RTF, TXT, HTML, TIFF in batch.​

While other email converters are able to process emails, they only do half the job by leaving attachments in their original formats. Total Outlook Converter Pro goes the extra mile by helping convert both emails and their attachments.
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Convert Outlook emails to PDF in the most accurate way. Attach or embed attachments to the resulting PDF. Search emails by sender, subject, date or any key word. Our Outlook converter can also stamp bates, add text watermarks (i.e. confidential), rename output files by the bates number.

Converts Outlook emails to PDF, TXT, DOC, HTML

Processes emails in batch

Supports both PST and OST

Converts Outlook contacts to vCrad files

Adds text or image watermarks

Stamps bates

MS Office toolbar integration

No need for Adobe Acrobat or MS Word

Includes PDF information in the output file

Can encrypt output PDF documents

Extremely easy-to-use

Command line support

The Pro version converts attachments

ActiveX and Server version

Support contacts, tasks and meetings

Windows 10 compatible

Updates: official site does not provide any info about changes in this version.


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uri – Add to Cal: Parsing content to URL in Outlook add to calendar keeps the + signs used to replace spaces

Parsing content to URL in Outlook add to calendar keeps the + signs used to replace spaces in the Calendar still when Calendar is opened.

Steps to reproduce
From the front-end:
Click Add to Calendar
Pick “”
It takes you to the tab to add the event to your calendar.
You will see the + signs in place of spaces in the title, description, location fields

I have tried using:
$title = str_replace(‘+’, ‘%20’, $title);

But the above solution didn’t work.

Any help or point to the right direction will be great. Thanks!

How can I create an event in Microsoft Outlook web interface so that attendees may edit the event?

How can I create an event in Microsoft Outlook web interface so that attendees may edit the event?

E.g., in Google Calendar, I can choose:

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pop3 – What are the SMTP and POP settings for yahoo mail to use in outlook (in 2020)?

I have set up hundreds of email accounts in my life and do not understand what is going on with yahoo mail.

So first question – is yahoo free email still allowing the use of POP/SMTP services? My outlook stopped attaching about 2 months ago and I have tried every port and setting possible to get it back and nothing.

Follow up, if it is supposed to work what are the correct settings. Online it says 465 and SSL (or 587/TLS) and 995/SSL… I get really no error message just doesn’t connect. I have had these settings for years without an issue. Tried changing passwords and many other iterations of ports/security. No dice.

outlook – Office 365 Win Add-in: Cannot get the custom property of a exception meeting through Office.js API

In my Outlook Add-in, i try to call Office.js API to save some information for a meeting. According to MSFT docs, i use Office.loadCustomPropertiesAsync to do it.

My case is:

  1. Create a series meeting and use Add-in to set a custom property.
  2. Invite some attendees and send it.
  3. Change one instance into exception and open it.
  4. Open Add-in to get the custom property which i saved before.

My expect result is that Add-in can get it. But actually, it returns null. Also, it works well when i open an occurrence or the whole series meeting.

Here is my sample code:

  var customProps = asyncResult.value;
  console.log('property = '+JSON.stringify(customProps));

  var myProp = customProps.get("myProp");
  customProps.set("otherProp", "value");

     console.log('save result'+JSON.stringify(result));

And my Outlook version is
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This issue just occurs in the latest Win Outlook(After monthly channel 2005). It works well in Office Online and Mac Outlook.

ms office – Microsoft Outlook on the Mac App Store – no option for in app purchase

Microsoft Outlook on the Mac App Store requires an Office 365 subscription. There is supposed to be an option to subscribe using an in app purchase – I want to use this option.

However, the darn thing never gives me any option to do so. I initially tried to activate using an old account, but that account does not have an Office 365 subscription.

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I have tried in vain to remove every trace of Outlook and start over – I’ve removed the keychain entry for “Office,” and removed more or less everything with “Microsoft” in the name in ~/Library (including the obvious stuff in ~/Library/Containers, /Library, and /System/Library. I’ve removed the application from /Applications as well, emptied the trash, and rebooted.

I have tried clicking “Stay Offline,” to open outlook, and then open its list of accounts – there are none. I have also tried using outlooks profile tool to remove the existing profile, to no effect.

But once I install the app from the Mac App Store, the blasted account is still listed. I do not have any other office applications installed.

So, how can I either (a) reset outlook completely so it doesn’t show this account (and thus hopefully gives me the option to use an in-app purchase to subscribe, or (b) force outlook to activate using an in-app purchase?

office 365 – Can I add event to my Outlook online calendar without tenant admin privilege?

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python – Store attachment directly in dataframe Outlook

I am trying to save the contents of an email that I receive on a weekly basis:

  • Sender email address:
  • Attachment – There is one .xls file

I want to read the contents of this attachment into a dataframe without saving it. This is what I have so far:

Outlook = win32com.client.Dispatch("Outlook.Application")
olNs = Outlook.GetNamespace("MAPI")
Inbox = olNs.GetDefaultFolder(6) #default folder is inbox
val_date = #getting attachments for today's date only

Filter = ("@SQL=" + chr(34) + "urn:schemas:httpmail:textdescription" +
                    chr(34) + " Like '%VIRGIN MEGASTORE%' AND " +
                    chr(34) + "urn:schemas:httpmail:hasattachment" +
                    chr(34) + "=1")

Items = Inbox.Items.Restrict(Filter) #filter the emails based on subject and if it has one attachment

for Item in Items:
    if == val_date:
        for attachment in Item.Attachments:
            if attachment.FileName == "GV2020_Store.xls":
                my_excel_file_in_bytes = attachment.content
my_excel_file_io = io.BytesIO(my_excel_file_in_bytes)
pandas_data_frame = pandas.read_excel(io=my_excel_file_io)

This returns the following error:

AttributeError                            Traceback (most recent call last)
<ipython-input-101-42fa8005b43a> in <module>
     43         for attachment in Item.Attachments:
     44             if attachment.FileName == "GV2020_Store.xls":
---> 45                 print(attachment.content) in __getattr__(self, attr)
    526                 # no where else to look.
--> 527                 raise AttributeError("%s.%s" % (self._username_, attr))
    529         def __setattr__(self, attr, value):

AttributeError: <unknown>.content

encryption – Why Outlook client’s S/MIME settings use SHA1 as the default Hash Algorithm for digital signing a message?

Doesn’t that put the certificate private key to a risk when weak algorithm is used?

No. The private key is not hashed and never published that way – instead the message data is hashed and that hash gets signed with the private key.

But even if the private key were actually hashed and the hash published, the key is still long enough that it remains impossible to guess it from the SHA1 hash.

The main weakness of SHA1 and MD5 is about creating identical hashes from different data – not about recovering the original data from a hash (which, as far as I’ve read, is still only doable through brute force).

So the risk here is that someone could take your signed message, then create their own specially formatted message that has different text yet still matches the old signature (because the message data hashes to the same value).

why Outlook client S/MIME settings use SHA1 as the default Hash Algorithm?

I’m only guessing, but most likely it’s just in case your recipients might still be using clients which do not support validating SHA256-based signatures. It used to default to 3DES encryption for the same reason.

(PGP keys usually indicate what algorithms are supported by the key owner’s software, but that’s much less common for S/MIME, as the S/MIME certificate is usually issued without knowing what mail client it’ll be used with.)

How to block emails from unverified addresses in Outlook?

I commonly receive spam emails trying to impersonate my work domain and the email will say something like <> via <> is there a way to block all emails like this? Blocking the <> doesn’t seem to work since it’s trying to appear as <>.

I feel like this is something my company should be filtering, but I can’t do anything about that personally, so is there a way for me to block these sorts of emails? Clearly Outlook has a way of detecting these emails otherwise they wouldn’t display the warning below.

We could not verify the idnetity of the sender. Click here to learn more.
The actual sender of this message is different than the normal sender. Click here to learn more.