This may very well be the best new feature of Outlook 2013 – it should hopefully prevent people from forgetting to attach attachments to emails. Here’s how it works – you can try it for yourself! Type up an email and include the words “have attached a file” or something similar and don’t actually attach anything. Then click send – and you get a nice reminder stating that you may have forgotten to attach a file.
6 thoughts on “Outlook 2013 – Attachment Check Reminder”
Here's how it works: http://www.mapilab.com/blog/outlook-2013-attachments-reminder-under-the-hood/
I'd rather not have my email app be a nanny for me. If I'm writing a message about 'attached storage', I still get the prompt. No thanks!
I just wrote a job application and Outlook reminded me that I forgot to attach my resume. What a lifesaver!
Absolutely awesome – I’ll never again have to sheepishly apologise for ‘visits from the attachment fairy’. Love it when things work
Can I adapt remider for other languages?