Your download link is at the very bottom of the page... always.



Processed through Paypal
No account required.


Donate Bitcoin to this wallet:
1KkUMXvQ2ko3xcJkzitB7WYgoW6m79WFfm
Donate Ethereum to this wallet:
0x40E56922F43637224935CDC35e2c96E0392A8505
Donate Litecoin to this wallet:
LLYAFEyqjH69gkyCEpRjXNyedRCWrVChfL

Buying our over-priced stuff helps us keep things running. Peruse here.



Join our Facebook groupFollow us on TwitterFollow us on InstagramOur RSS Feed




 Home » OlderGeeks.com Freeware Downloads » Searching Files   
Search Results
Files
  File Name Rating Downloads
Last Update/Developer
OutlookTempCleaner 1.2
OutlookTempCleaner 1.2 OutlookTempCleaner is a support tool for Microsoft Office Outlook. It gives you easy access to the Temp folder that Outlook uses to open attachments. It further allows you to automate maintenance to it via Windows’s Scheduled Tasks. Main Program Features Easy access to Outlook’s SecureTempFolder used for opening attachments Determination of the current size of the folder Empty the folder Command line options to perform maintenance to the folder via for instance Scheduled Tasks and logon/logoff scripts The main application. Command line options available. Examples Examples for use of the command line functions; -emptyfolder If you want to automatically empty the folder via a logon or logoff script or task, you can use the -emptyfolder switch. This is particularly handy for shared domain computers. You can basically set it and forget it and not worry about leaving sensitive files, your hard disk filling up or suddenly running into errors when you often deal with attachments with the same name. -openfolder As the OutlookSecureTemp folder location is different for each user there is no way to deploy a single shortcut. With OutlookTempCleaner you can create a shortcut with the -openfolder startup switch to directly open the OutlookSecureTemp folder. The result is that you can deploy a standardized shortcut and allow users easy access to the folder. -foldersize With the -foldersize startup switch you can create a scheduled task (for instance; run once per week) to inform you of the current size of the folder. This way you can easily keep track of its size and empty it when you think it is getting too big. OutlookTempCleaner can be executed directly from the Run command as well by typing; outlooktempcleaner There is no need to supply the installation path to the file. System Requirements In order to function properly the product requires the following; ...
5/5 2,965 Jul 10, 2017
HowTo-Outlook
   
Showing rows 1 to 1 of 1 Showing Page 1 of 1  1 


Copyright (c) 2021


Tweets by @GeekOnTheLoose