Save Message for Outlook

version: 2.63.1, 1/31/20
license: trialware
price: $39.95

Save Emails in Outlook to Hard Drive Easily

Save Message is a powerful add-in for MS Outlook that helps Outlook users to automate the process of saving email messages and attachments to disk or net folders.

This action allows users to save messages including their attachments from selected mailbox folder*) as well as incoming and outgoing emails. In addition, the action allows the users to define their own rules for auto saving the messages and/or attachments in delivered or sent emails. Depending on the requirement, multiple rules can be created for processing email messages and attachments.

Email can be saved in plain, RTF, HTML or native Outlook format. There is a possibility to customize message header in the save file and to include attachments info to the saved file. Save Message can work with attachments which were included or embedded to the message or which were included to the message as OLE object.

After saving message or attachment to the file it is possible to launch program with saved file as a parameter.

Do you need more likely to print emails? Then you can try our Print Message for Outlook action.


  • auto save
  • save to disk or net folder
  • support for signed and encrypted emails

save body:

  • save email message either in plain, RTF, HTML or native Outlook format.
  • customizable email header
  • adding attachment info to saved body

save attachments:

  • save message attachments to disk or net folder (support normal, embedded and OLE attachments).
  • save all or only specified attachment file types


  • unique filenames
  • run program with saved body or attachment as a parameter


Prior to evaluating Save Message action it's necessary to download and install InboxRULES Engine. InboxRULES Engine can also be installed automatically during running Save Message installation.

Save Message action replaces CaSaveAtt and CaSaveMsg (our other custom actions for MS Outlook Rules) which were discontinued.

*) InboxRULES for Outlook Engine is required to process emails manually