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att / yahoo email question - printing lots of bulk emails help
10-Jun-21 1:14pm
#1
sinnie
GameTZ Subscriber 600 Trade Quintuple Gold Good Trader Global Trader - willing to trade internationally

So, I don't use yahoo or att email. I got a customer at work who needs to print off about 500 emails for a court thing over the course of 5yrs or so. Is there a way to do this in bulk, or am I gonna have to click each one of these fudgeers and print them? He's 70 something and has no idea how to do it himself. There seems to be lots of yahoo backup tools, but since there's so many I'm concerned about a virus or something. If you have a tip for this let me know. Thanks!

10-Jun-21 3:34pm
#2
SwiftJAB
GameTZ Subscriber Triple Gold Good Trader

You could use Outlook to print multiple emails. Setup a new inbox in Outlook for the purpose of this customer's account(s), download all the messages, then print them off there.

Once you're done, disconnect the accounts and delete the PST files so you don't have that customer's data sitting on your system.
10-Jun-21 6:09pm
#3
sinnie
GameTZ Subscriber 600 Trade Quintuple Gold Good Trader Global Trader - willing to trade internationally

Not sure why I didn't think of that. I wonder if it would work. Dude has a million emails back to 2004 on the server but I only need to go to 2018 and only for certain keywords. Should be fun. (not)

10-Jun-21 6:36pm
#4
Tony
Double Gold Good Trader

Hopefully you can use Microsoft print to PDF instead of printing them all on paper. If they could all be in a single PDF document it would also allow for keyword search.
10-Jun-21 6:40pm
#5
sinnie
GameTZ Subscriber 600 Trade Quintuple Gold Good Trader Global Trader - willing to trade internationally

Tony wrote:
Hopefully you can use Microsoft print to PDF instead of printing them all on paper. If they could all be in a single PDF document it would also allow for keyword search.
Sadly he needs them all on paper and organized because it's going for a court case. But it would be amazing to get them into a PDF to print from!

10-Jun-21 7:31pm
#6
SwiftJAB
GameTZ Subscriber Triple Gold Good Trader

For what it's worth, I used to specialize in this type of work. There is a whole industry dedicated to this called Litigation Support. There are vendors out there that specialize in eDiscovery work that have tools to cull down emails for certain time frames and keywords then convert them (and their attachments if needed) into PDFs for printing. We charged $150 per GB with a minimum of 1GB and and an additional $0.10/page for black & white prints.
10-Jun-21 9:19pm
#7
sinnie
GameTZ Subscriber 600 Trade Quintuple Gold Good Trader Global Trader - willing to trade internationally

SwiftJAB wrote:
For what it's worth, I used to specialize in this type of work. There is a whole industry dedicated to this called Litigation Support. There are vendors out there that specialize in eDiscovery work that have tools to cull down emails for certain time frames and keywords then convert them (and their attachments if needed) into PDFs for printing. We charged $150 per GB with a minimum of 1GB and and an additional $0.10/page for black & white prints.
That's pretty close to what I was charging, except our prints are 13 cents each and I will be giving no price breaks for volume that's for sure.

I got about 10 days to get the stuff done for him. I think the Outlook method might be the best since there's no way to bulk open/download in the browser. So I'm gonna try that in the morning and get going on it!


att / yahoo email question - printing lots of bulk emails help