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Forgotten Attachment Detector For Outlook 2007

A forgotten email attachment sometimes brings troubles in your professional life. As it is a common problem, Microsoft Office Labs developed a plug-in called Forgotten Attachment Detector for Outlook 2007 that will notify you about the missing outlook email attachments when you send an email.

How Forgotten Attachment Detector (FAD) checks a missing attachment? Whenever you attempt to send an email it checks for keywords, for example ‘attachment’ in the mail. If there is any indication, then FAD will pop-up a message as shown below reminding you about the missing outlook email attachments.

You can add, edit, and remove keywords to increase the accuracy of FAD, based on your usage and experience from the FAD customization window. Moreover,the FAD tool also makes available an option to alert when an email subject is missing.

The Forgotten Attachment Detector is really useful and helps you avoid the risk of a forgotten email attachment, saving you time and embarrassment!

FAD supports Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7. It requires Outlook 2007, .NET 3.5 and VSTO 3. You can download FAD at source.


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