Mail Attachment Downloader downloads and processes all your e-mail attachments at-once based on your search preference. It leaves all your mail on your server and will not interfere with any other e-mail programs you use today to download your mail. You can setup various filters, like size, file type, who it is from, subject of e-mail, date and time stamp, to specify what you want to download. You can also setup a schedule where-in the program fetches attachments on a regular basis in the background when the program is running. The program is minimized to your system tray and will notify you of downloads in real-time. Mail Attachment Downloader works with any POP3 or IMAP service. IMAP service is preferred.
Extracting data from the e-mail subject and body, sending e-mails after downloading, saving e-mails to a database, saving .csv or excels to a database, converting attachments to PDF, TIFF or other formats, automatically printing attachments and advanced functionality is limited in the free version. But otherwise the software is fully functional and ad-free.
What is new in this release:
Version 3.2 build 937:
Better Exchange support and fixes related to exchange;
Improved connection testing logic;
Fixed download history glitch.
What is new in version 3.2 build 926:
Version 3.2 build 926 includes the following fixes:
Better handling of IMAP malformed bodystructure responses with missing ending paranthesis, added relevant tests.
Fixed issue with IMAP invalid name parameters on bodystructure and added logging "Ignoring name in parameters as content type element is not initialized".
Added better support when spaces are included for a file type filter of Other (inside a comma separated list).
What is new in version 3.1 build 843:
Version 3.1 build 843 includes minor fixes and changes to the user interface.
What is new in version 3.1 build 835:
Version 3.1 build 835 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.
What is new in version 2.4 build 804:
Version 2.4 build 804 includes several stability improvements including adding throttling support for gmail, fixed Q-encoded filename handling and several other improvements.