Missing attachment warning in Outlook 2013

I am a heavy user of Outlook like most of you’ll out there. If I am guilty of something for not missing out multiple times, it definitely would be forgetting to attach a file in an email. I am sure that most of you’ll also would be guilty of this and the worst part is when your boss send’s a reply reminding about the missing attachment.

With Outlook 2013, you will never face this situation again, how awesome is that.

Outlook 2013 has a mechanism to go through the subject of the mail and the text in the body of the email to check for key words such as “Attached”, “Attachment”, “Attaching”, “Enclosed”, “Here is” etc. if it recognizes of these terms or similar terms like this and when you click send if the attachment if missing, Outlook 2013 will display a message box as below.



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