- Drag Attachments : You can drag attachments from Outlook to any website that supports HTML5 drag and drop.
- Copy and Paste : Copy an attachment in Outlook and Paste it into HTML5 websites that support Copy and Paste of attachments.
- Multi Attachment Support : You can select a bunch of attachments and drag them from Outlook to the web application all in one go.
- Drag Emails and Outlook objects : You can drag email (.msg files) from Outlook directly into web applications.
- Drag Emails as .eml files : You can configure Outlook2Web to drag emails as .eml as opposed to .msg files. Web apps can decode .eml files easily.
- Drag Emails as .zip archives : You can configure Outlook2Web to drag emails as a .zip file contain the .eml message and all the attachments
- Drag Calendar Events as .ics : You can configure Outlook2Web to drag calendar items as .ics files instead of proprietary .msg format
- Drag Contacts as .vcf : You can configure Outlook2Web to drag contacts as .vcf files instead of proprietary .msg format
- Temporary Disable : You can can easily disable Outlook2Web temporarily without having to uninstall.
- Easy Deployment : Command line tools to make deployment across thousands of machines simple.
- Browser Support : Works in Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome and Edge.
- Outlook Support : Works in Outlook 2007, 2010, 2013 & 2016.
- OS Support : Works on Windows XP to Windows 10. Please note this software does not work on Mac computers.
- Drag to Desktop : You can change the default handling of drag to desktop from .msg to .eml or .zip.
Operating System Support
Outlook2Web works on all Windows versions since Windows XP including Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP.
Outlook2Web works with all recent versionf of Outlook, including Outlook 2016, 2013, Outlook 2010 & 2007
Command Line Installer Instructions
Outlook2Web can be installed from the command line to make large deployments simple to automate.
- You can manually force per-machine installation mode (need admin rights and elevating privileges via UAC) by specifying /admin or -admin option after Outlook2Web*.exe file in command line.
- You can manually force 32-bit installation by specifying /x86 or -x86 option (or force 64-bit version to install using /x64 or -x64 switches) after Outlook2Web*.exe file in command line.
- You can prevent Outlook application restarting using /nooutlookrestart or -nooutlookrestart command line options.
- You can provide activation key for auto-activation during install or auto-deactivation during uninstall by using /key= or -key= options followed by activation key value after Outlook2Web*.exe file in command line.
- You can force quiet installation mode (without any UI) by specifiying /silent or /quiet option after Outlook2Web*.exe file in command line. Note: Outlook restart feature automatically disabled in this mode (you can still provide /nooutlookrestart switch but it's not necessary).
- You can select default drag output format for emails by specifying /format= or -format= options followed by one of these strings: eml, msg, zip+eml, zip+msg, eml+files, msg+files or files. All other strings will be ignored.
- You can select default drag output format for calendar items by specifying /calendar= or -calendar= options followed by one of these strings: msg or ics. All other strings will be ignored.
- You can select default drag output format contacts by specifying /contact= or -contact= options followed by one of these strings: msg or vcf. All other strings will be ignored.
- You can disable automatic updates checking by specifying /noupdatescheck or -noupdatescheck option after Outlook2Web*.exe file in command line.