Outlook Mail Merge Attachment
Outlook Mail Merge Attachment supplies the mail merge process in Microsoft Office Word and Outlook with the functionality to add an attachment. The script is tested on Microsoft Office 2003, 2007, 2010 and 2013.
Outlook Mail Merge Attachment (OMMA) is free software.
Download Outlook Mail Merge Attachment - Free
Version 1.1.9 BETA, Zip-File
How It Works
Using mail merge, you can quickly send an personalized e-mail message to a group of people. However, the mail merge process in Microsoft Office lacks the functionality to add an attachment to the e-mails. This script provides an easy method to add an attachment to a mail merge. First, you set Microsoft Outlook to work Offline, this way the emails are stored in the Outbox but not actually send. Then you perform the mail merge using Microsoft Word as you are used to. All merged emails are now stored in the Outlook Outbox. Then you run the script, outlook mail merge attachment, which adds an attachment to all emails in the Outbox. To send you emails, you simply set Outlook to work Online again.
Alternative: MergeTools from Doug Robbins
Although OMMA has been very successfull with over 40.000 download and over 700 personal thank messages, I would like to advertise the free MergeTools software from Doug Robbins. This software provides better integration with Microsoft Word, and also the option to send personalized attachments. Find it at his Skydrive
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