Let's try another example using the template. This time let's set it to [subject]. [date] - [recipient] and see how
the output files differ from the first example.
As you can see, changing the macro commands changes the structure of the target documents file names. Some
of the data is the same, but it has been reordered.
At the bottom of the File name batch template interface, you'll notice a couple more options. These are
available to help you further refine batch processing commands. For example, the Counter [nn] feature lets you
start where you left off the last time you converted emails, this is possible because the Outlook Converter
remembers. Simply click the box next to Start from last processed number to activate. Alternately, Start from
lets you choose to begin batch processing from the first email that appears in the list.
Tip: Checking the box next to Clear subject from prefixes will remove any prefixes (RE, FWD, etc.) from the subject
At this point you may be thinking “That’s nice, but what about attachments”? Good news! With the Total Outlook
Converter you can rename attachments too.
With the Outlook Converter Pro Options window open, click on Attachments in the left sidebar. Here you can
choose how you want to handle email attachments during the file conversion.
Using the Attachment file name template found at the bottom of the Attachments options list, you can create
templates that let you rename attachments. Click the [?] to the right in order to reveal the template.