Attach2Cloud is available in Enterprise, Pro and Entry Level versions.
3 versions of
For the most demanding
customers and large and very
For customers needing
the main Attach2Cloud features
and mid-sized organizations
and limited budgets
Automatic uploading of Outlook attachments on OneDrive. You attach your files to your Outlook emails as usual. When sending an email, its attached files are uploaded to OneDrive, shared with the recipients of the email and replaced by OneDrive shortcuts (Modern Attachments), if necessary, according to rules on file size, file type or message size.
Semi-automatic upload of Outlook attachments to OneDrive. You attach your files to your Outlook emails as usual. When sending an email, the list of its attachments is displayed, allowing you to check the attached files to upload to OneDrive. Attached files can be pre-checked for upload, if necessary, according to rules on file size, file type or message size. When validating this list, the selected attached files are uploaded to OneDrive, shared with the email recipients and replaced by OneDrive shortcuts (Modern Attachments). Demo…
Attach files with a unit size of up to 15 GB to your Outlook emails, with no email size limit. You attach (1) these gigantic files to your Outlook emails like any other file. They will of course be automatically uploaded to OneDrive, shared with your email recipients and replaced by OneDrive shortcuts when you send your email.
(1) These files are not really physically attached to the Outlook emails, but for the Outlook user, everything happens as if they really were.
Drag and Drop Explorer folders up 15 GB (once zipped) per folder to your Outlook emails, with no email size limit. The Explorer folders you drag and drop to your Outlook emails are automatically compressed into Zip files and then attached (1) to your emails. Large resulting Zip files (exceeding the maximum Outlook allowed email size) will of course be automatically uploaded to OneDrive, shared with your email recipients and replaced by OneDrive shortcuts when you send your emails.
(1) These large files are not really physically attached to the Outlook emails, but for the Outlook user, everything happens as if they really were.
The Attach2Cloud button ribbon. Manage the Attach2Cloud settings and the rules triggering the upload of Outlook attached files to OneDrive via the Attach2Cloud ribbon of buttons displayed in Outlook. Each of the buttons and controls of this ribbon can be displayed or hidden based on Attach2Cloud parameters that can be centrally managed via GPOs (Windows Group Policies). See the Setup and deployment section.
Display a monitor while uploading attached files to OneDrive. This monitor displays a progress bar for each attached file being uploaded to OneDrive and animations for the next steps (file is loaded, file is shared, file is available on OneDrive). It is displayed automatically when the upload starts and cleared off automatically when the upload and the sharing of all of the attached files on OneDrive is completed.
Automatic loading of attachments on OneDrive (or, when using Attach2cloud in semi-automatic mode, pre-selection of attachments for loading on OneDrive) based on the size reached by the email being written. For example, if the user adds attachments to an email that has already reached 10 MB, these additional attachments will be uploaded to OneDrive. Optionally, if at least one of the email attachments must be uploaded to OneDrive, then all attachments to the message are uploaded to OneDrive (or pre-selected for upload to OneDrive in semi-automatic mode).
Associate file types to OneDrive folders. For example, associate MP4, MKV and AVI files to the Attachments/Videos OneDrive folder. In automatic mode, the MP4, MKV and AVI attached files will be uploaded into this OneDrive folder. In semi-automatic mode, this folder will be proposed as the default folder for MP4, MKV and AVI attached files in the Attached File Control Center.
Manage your favorite OneDrive folders. You can select these folders as OneDrive target folders for each attachment listed in the Attached File Control Center (the window displayed in semi-automatic mode when sending emails containing attachments).
In semi-automatic mode, select a OneDrive target folder for each file uploaded to OneDrive.
Set a default OneDrive target folder other than “Attachments”.
The comment inserted at the top of the email body (when some attached files have been uploaded to OneDrive and replaced by OneDrive shortcuts) is optional.
The content of the comment inserted at the top of the email body (when some attached files have been uploaded to OneDrive and replaced by OneDrive shortcuts) is configurable.
Specify a specific expiration date for each attachment uploaded to OneDrive. In fact, a number of days during which this file must be kept in OneDrive. This number of days can be controlled (minimum allowed value, maximum allowed value) via manageable Attach2Cloud parameters.
Choose a specific permission for each file uploaded on OneDrive among the OneDrive permissions made available by the OneDrive Administrator. This list of permissions can also be restricted via Attach2Cloud’s manageable settings.
Specify a default OneDrive permission other than “Organization Can View”.
When writing emails, insert, in one click, and at the position of the cursor, an invitation to upload files to OneDrive. When the email is sent, Attach2Cloud automatically creates a OneDrive folder, shares it with the recipients of the email and inserts into the sent email a link to this folder with a pre-set comment.
Upload files attached to existing emails (received or sent, stored in Outlook folders) to OneDrive, using the same user interface as for uploading files attached to emails being sent (offering to select the OneDrive target folders, OneDrive permissions and expiration date).
Setup and deployment
Setup package customization (to include your preferred Attach2Cloud settings). Your setup package customizations are stored in our package database and applied to all new package deliveries (updates, upgrades and new versions):
License Management, support and updates
Management of your subscription is 100% automatic. You have nothing else to do but install Attach2Cloud:
Report enabling to count installed and active/inactive users:
Support of functional extensions
Support for functional extensions provided as Attach2Cloud plug-in modules. (These modules are invoiced separately; it is the ability to plug these modules that is included in the Enterprise version of Attach2Cloud). The available modules are:
– Native optimization of Office attachments (volume reduction)
– Native optimization of image attachments (volume reduction)
– Zip compression of attachments
– Conversion of attachments to PDF
– Password protection and encryption of attachments
– Making Outlook supporting the drag and drop of folders. Folders dropped into Outlook emails are attached as Zip folders (1).
These features are the features of our Z-OptimiZr for Microsoft Outlook / ZipMail for Microsoft Outlook software, made available in Attach2Cloud as on-demand plug-in modules. Our Z-OptimiZr / ZipMail customers can therefore merge Z-OptimiZr / ZipMail into Attach2Cloud. This makes only one product to maintain that benefits from the Attach2Cloud automatic online updates.
In addition, it is possible for us to develop new modules, complying with this Attach2Cloud extensibility model, that perform other types of operations on Outlook email attachments. Feel free to submit your ideas on this topic…
(1) This feature (supporting the drag and drop of folders in Outlook) is included for free in the Enterprise version of Attach2Cloud.