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Empower Users and Increase Productivity

inMailX Attachment Manager can help improve your risk management strategies by affording your business greater control over email attachments and security.  Your staff will be able to easily and efficiently preview, convert, combine, rename, reorder, clean and secure email attachments 'on-the-fly', while composing their emails in Outlook.  Administrators can take advantage of centrally managed passwords and settings to maintain corporate ownership of converted and secured PDF attachments.

With inMailX Attachment Manager, you'll be able to deliver the following user compliance and productivity tools, in one single add-in:

  • Recipients and Attachments checking to prevent accidental data breaches via email
  • Preview attachments with one click when composing emails to ensure they are correct
  • Preview attachments side-by-side with the email message without having to open them 
  • Remove metadata from Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF and Image attachments
  • Combine, rename, reorder and bookmark multiple attachments into a single PDF
  • Secure and protect PDF content by disabling copying, modifying and/or printing

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  • Compress and secure multiple attachments into ZIP
  • Rename and reorder attachments when composing emails
  • Password protect Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF and ZIP attachments from one interface
  • Restrict emailing DMS links (DRF, NRL, TR5, WDL) to external recipients
  • Insert attachments name into the email body with one click
  • Undo or Redo to quickly revert actions performed on attachments
  • Prompt users to Clean attachments and convert them to PDF on send
  • Reply with Attachments to preserve original attachments and recipients when replying

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