Most email users have hundreds or thousands of attachments in their inboxes. Whether you're a lawyer, accountant or a busy professional, get organized now by connecting your email to Rettach. All your files will be arranged and stored to automatically to your OneDrive or Google Drive account, allowing you to access your data from any device.
With Rettach, you can search attachments by sender, company name, date or keyword, making it a breeze to find the file you’re looking for.
Your desktop no longer needs to look like a checkerboard, with files taking up every square inch of display space. Rettach will organize and store all your files in the cloud, allowing you to free up your Desktop space and organize your life.
With Rettach, it no longer matters if you are on your desktop, home device or mobile. All your files are safely stored on the cloud and can be easily accessed from anywhere.
There’s no longer a need to save and file every email attachment you receive just in case you need it at a later date. Sign up for our monthly on-going service, and every attachment will be automatically saved to the cloud, allowing you to clear up all that space in your inbox.
It has saved users more than 12 hours every month. Imagine what you could do with that time!
Rettach can integrate seamlessly with any of your email softwares like office 365, outlook, Gmail, Box etc and organizes your attachments into manageable folders. It uses personalized rules making a search that much easier.
Rettach automatically connects to your email accounts just like an email app on your smartphone, tablet or desktop does. When Rettach detects that you have new emails with attachments, it copies those attachments to your storage accounts (so you don't have to do it manually). The destination folders for these copied files are determined by the rules you choose in Rettach. We highly recommend the pre-built templates, as we have found them to be effective, and they only require a single click! Of course if you'd like to configure or customize your own rules, you can do that too. This is very similar to "email rules", where you setup your email app to organize your emails into folders based on any criteria that you want.