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    76 comments  ·  Outlook for Mac - Business » Mail  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Klas commented  · 

    You can also add 'Send in Outlook' as an option in the print menu, which I find super useful:

    1. In MAC Application Automator create a new Print Plugin

    2. From the left Action menu, search for Run Applescript and drag that to the window on the right. (it is under Utilities in MAC Catalina OS)

    4. For the script, replace the purple text by copying and replacing it with the following:

    on run {input, parameters}
    set SelectedItems to input
    tell application "Microsoft Outlook"
    set newMessage to make new outgoing message
    tell newMessage
    repeat with aFile in SelectedItems
    make new attachment with properties {file:aFile}
    end repeat
    end tell
    open newMessage
    get newMessage
    activate
    end tell
    return input
    end run

    5. Then save (File->Save). The name of the file will be the name under 'PDF' in the print view! (I used: ‘Send in Outlook’)

    6. Done.

    When you want to email a dokument or the contents web page or whateverl you simple type 'command+P', then click PDF, then 'Send in Outlook'.
    When you go to Finder, select one or more files, and then right-click. Go to "Services" and should see ‘Attach to Outlook e-mail’ within that sub-menu.

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