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Outlook 2013

In addition to remind you of an empty subject, Outlook 2013 also reminds you when it thinks you forgot an attachment.

It is not as configurable as the FAD add-in but the results from that research project determined in part how the detection should work in the background. Just like FAD, it works based on specific words which should also exist in a certain contexts.

Example: Just the words “See attached” will not trigger it but a phrase like “Please see the attached files enclosed with this email.” will.

The detection is enabled by default but can be turned of via:File-> Options-> Mail-> option group: Send messages-> Warn me when I send a message that may be missing and attachment

Attachment Reminder dialog in Outlook 2013.


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