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Nitro 13 Outlook Add-In "From Selected Folder(s)" Selection Missing


matt gerrity
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matt gerrity

As per the Nitro Pro User Guide, the Nitro add-in for Outlook should have a dropdown option under "Create PDF" for selecting all folders/subfolders in a pst for bulk PDF conversion.  https://www.gonitro.com/user-guide/pro/article/convert-microsoft-outlook-emails-to-pdf

I am running Outlook 2019 with Nitro 13 Trial and do not have the "From Selected Folder(s)" option. I can successfully select e-mails, attachments, and text, but no folder selection.

Does the full version of Nitro 13 have this feature or is the User Guide outdated?  Any clarification on this feature would be appreciated. 

 

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Allain Umailin

Hello @matt gerrity,

Thank you for reaching out to us through our Community Forums and for pointing that out.

We will update our online article and as a workaround, kindly select a folder in your Outlook inbox > right-click then you should see the same option to convert the contents of the selected folder to PDF.

Thank you for choosing Nitro and I hope this helps.

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matt gerrity

Thank you for the quick reply! Is there any way to select bulk folders at this time? We convert full PSTs to PDF and would need to convert a whole group of folders. It won't allow me to select the folder structure to convert all sub folders, just a single selected folder. Thanks for the assistance

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Allain Umailin

Hello @matt gerrity,

Unfortunately, MS Outlook is currently designed to only select one folder at a time.

If they can make this possible, Nitro Pro should be able to adapt with it.

I hope this helps.

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matt gerrity

Thanks again for the response. This is something we are able to do with Adobe Acrobat Pro/Standard and had hoped to be able to do the same as per the original user guide page. We look forward to seeing this added as a feature in the future!

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