Attachments Forget Reminder is a powerful Microsoft Office Outlook Add-In. It scans each outgoing email and if it finds any of the specified key phrases (e.g., "see attachment" or "in the attached file") but no file is attached to the message, the program will give out a notification. It then asks you if you meant to attach a file before sending the email, giving you a chance to insert the attachment. The add in works with Plain Text, RTF, or HTML based email formats.
Easily enable or disable the add-in
Easy to install and uninstall the add-in
Supports many, many different keywords
Warns when sending blank subject
Works with plain text, RTF, or HTML based email formats
Paying attention to only the new content in a reply or forward email message
Support for files that are normally always attached, like vcards or other signature files
Microsoft Outlook 2016, Outlook 2013, 2010, 2007, 2003, 32 bit and 64 bit supported.
This Outlook add in works automatically and requires minimum settings for your writing style. You can edit the list of key phrases, delete them and create new ones. Attachments Forget Reminder is able to react not only to separate phrases but also to parts of single words. So, if the key phrase is "attach", you can be sure that when the words "attaching" or "attached" are found, it will notify you that you have forgotten to add the file.