Dynamically rename emails in bulk
Built with: Python + KivyMD
➔ Click here to download the tool.
Note: The app will rename every file in the folder. To speed things up, files that already have the correct name should be moved to a different folder to prevent them from being renamed with the same name.
The bulk email renamer tool allows you to dynamically rename Outlook emails in bulk.
This tool can be used for various purposes but it was originally developed to allow businesses who drag-and-drop emails into a folder on a shared drive for example and automatically rename all of the emails using information that is contained within an email such as date, sender, receiver, subject, etc.
For example: Jul 22 2021 1137 Stavrou to Todorov IT Assistance
When using the tool to rename emails, you cannot use forbidden characters that cannot be used to name files in Windows and for this reason I have removed the ability to type these into the app.
Windows forbidden characters:
Furthermore, for this app to work perfectly, the email must contain the full name of the sender and receiver.
The below variables can be used to dynamically grab data from an email to be used in the renaming process.
I can extract using 7zip but can’t run the exe file. A window pops up quickly but closes almost instantly. I think it might be because of windows 11?
Hi Peter. I can extract using 7zip but the exe file doesn’t launch. A window seems to open but quickly shuts down. I tried turning off any virus protection in case it was shuting the program down.
Hi – The download seems to be corrupted. I tried both 7 zip and also winrar. Please let me know if another way to download. Thanks!
Thanks for letting me know Chris.
I have re-uploaded it, can you please try now and let me know if you still have the issue?
Hi. I also can’t run the file. Thanks.
What error are you getting? Can you open the zip file at all or is it the .exe file that you can’t open?
If you can’t open the zip file I recommend you download 7-Zip. Let me know if that works?
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