Tagwolf Features

One-Click Filing

Tagwolf allows you to file any email with just one click. Our unique folder prediction algorithm looks at your currently selected email and makes sure that the right folder is shown to you, wherever you are in Outlook. A single click is all it takes to file the email to the selected folder. This saves substantial time compared to manually dragging an email to a large folder structure.

Conversation Filing

Most emails are part of email conversations and in many cases, you would want to file the entire conversation, not just one email. That’s what Conversation Filing does: with one mouse click, Tagwolf files all the emails in a conversation wherever they are stored.

Advanced Filing

If you want to file several related emails at a time, Tagwolf’s Advanced Filing feature is the solution. It uses an advanced similarity search algorithm for finding groups of emails that are likely to be about the same topic. This powerful feature allows you to file entire groups of email even if they don’t have the same subject or do not belong to the same conversation. A real time saver when doing spring cleaning on a large inbox.

Folder Selection Panels

Tagwolf shows you the most likely destination folders on several convenient Folder Selection Panels. These panels come in different flavours: tag clouds, best folder lists, best folder trees and most recently used folder lists. They are available either through the Tagwolf task pane or as a pop-up dialog, which you can easily activate by a keyboard shortcut. In addition, most of Tagwolf's functions can be accessed from the Outlook ribbon as well.

Folder Search

If the right folder is not available on any of the Folder Selection Panels, Folder Search offers a convenient way to find it, even if you are not sure about the name or the location of the folder. Just type in a few characters of one of the words in the folder name and Tagwolf will show only those folders whose names match the characters in the search box.

Easy Start with the Folder Wizard

Setting up Tagwolf with your folder structure is easy and fast using the Folder Wizard. Tagwolf is self-learning, so there is no need for defining complicated filing rules. If you already have a folder structure, just point Tagwolf to your top folder and it learns your filing preferences right away. Or create a new folder structure and just start filing. Tagwolf will learn as you go.

Once set up Tagwolf is maintenance-free. Just keep on filing. Tagwolf observes all activity in your Outlook folders, permanently learning and adapting to any changes in the way you file.

What's new in Tagwolf 1.8 ?

New and improved features

  • New: Better support for high-resolution screens.

    Tagwolf now works better with high-resolution screens such as 4K monitors. Text should be more legible, and buttons and entry fields should be larger.

  • New: Improved German-language translation.

    German language translation has been proofread and corrected by native German speakers.

  • New: Improved installer.

    Tagwolf switched to an .msi installer instead of a self-extracting exe. This reduces the likelihood of false-positive A/V warnings on download.

  • Fixed: Tooltip issue.

    Tooltip no longer occludes the filing button in advanced filing pane.

  • Fixed: Pop-up dialog issue.

    Pop-up dialog no longer has a strange shadow effect on Windows 10.

  • Fixed: Issue with slow mail stores.

    In some cases Outlook delayed opening a slow mail store (likely because of a slow network). In that case Tagwolf could display the 'unsupported folder' message when filing emails, even when the mail store was opened later on. Tagwolf will now retry opening slow mail stores in that case.

  • Fixed: Delete/Backspace key not working in folder search box.

    In a recent Outlook 2016 patch, Outlook suddenly started grabbing Delete and Backspace keys when the user was hitting those buttons in the Tagwolf search box. This would cause the standard Outlook behavior to be executed for those keys, possibly moving the currently viewed email to the Deleted Items folder. This should now have been fixed.

  • Fixed: Diagnostic utility issue.

    The diagnostic utility now also works with Windows desktops that are located on UNC file paths.

Tagwolf v1.8 works with Microsoft Outlook 2016, 2013, 2010, 2007 and 2003 32-bit editions. Outlook 2016, 2013 and 2010 64-bit are supported as well.

The upgrade is free to v1.x users!

What's new in Tagwolf 1.7 ?

New and improved features

  • Optimization for non-cached Exchange mode.

    Tagwolf now automatically sets an Outlook Exchange mail store to Manual mode in case it is detected that Outlook runs in non-cached Exchange mode. This should result in better performance.

  • Better positioning of pop-up dialogs

    In the past the remembered position of Tagwolf pop-up dialogs could cause them to be displayed beyond the right edge of the screen when switching from multiple monitors to single monitor configurations, such as when undocking a laptop. Tagwolf now detects this and will reposition the dialogs accordingly.

  • Tooltips and email previews are now displayed on the right monitor.

    This fixes an issue when working with multiple monitors, where tooltips and/or email preview popups could end up being displayed on the wrong monitor.

  • The Sent Items folder can now be marked as an Ignored folder

    Sent Items and Inbox folders can (and should) now be explicitly marked as source folders in order to be searched for related conversation items. This fixes a problem where a customer marked the sent items folders as ignored and yet Tagwolf would still search it for related mail items. However, when Sent Items or Inbox are the currently displayed folder, they will still be searched though - as this is what most users would expect.

  • More mail item types can be filed.

    Tagwolf now supports filing of Message recall failure mail items

  • Better notification of issues with filing operations.

    Tagwolf now logs an error in the notification pane if an email cannot be moved successfully to a folder.

  • Better handling of Exchange 2013 mailbox upgrades.

    This fixes a problem that occurred when users had their mailboxes upgraded to Exchange 2013.

  • New Tagwolf Maintenance Utility

    The new Tagwolf Maintenance Utility will greatly ease several common operations, such as fully removing Tagwolf settings or collecting diagnostic information during a support call.

Tagwolf v1.7 works with Microsoft Outlook 2013, 2010, 2007 and 2003 32-bit editions. Outlook 2013 and 2010 64-bit are supported as well.

The upgrade is free to v1.x users!

What's new in Tagwolf 1.6 ?

New and improved features

  • 64-bit.

    Tagwolf now supports Outlook 64-bit editions.

  • Outlook 2013.

    Tagwolf now supports Outlook 2013.

  • Folder Creation.

    Tagwolf now supports creating, deleting and renaming folders right from within the Tagwolf task pane. You can choose to create either child folders below a parent, or new sibling folders at the same level as an existing folder

  • Folder Boost.

    The last created folder will be temporarily displayed at top of suggested folders until something was filed to it. This gives you quick access to the folder after folder creation.

  • Most Recent Folders.

    A Most Recently Used (MRU) Folders list was added to the Tagwolf toolbar dropdown menu. This shows the last 10 MRU folders, with pinned folders on top.

  • Pinned Folders.

    Folders can now be pinned to the top of the Most Recently Used (MRU) Folders list. This allows to keep folders at hand that are not recently used and/or are not currently predicted by Tagwolf.

  • Sorted Treeviews.

    Folders are now alphabetically sorted in treeviews.

  • Retrain Existing Folders.

    The folder wizard now offers option to retrain Tagwolf on all existing destination folders using the current destination folder content. This allows to fully retrain Tagwolf without having to indicate your desired folders again.

  • File Conversation on Reply.

    You can now file the entire conversation when replying to an email.

  • 1-Click Conversation Filing.

    An option was added to Tagwolf for making conversation filing the default on left-click.

  • Disable Folder Stores.

    Individual folder stores can now be enabled or disabled. You can improve Tagwolf performance by disabling folder stores you don't need and/or that cause performance or compatibility problems. Public Folders and shared mailbox stores are disabled by default and support for them remains experimental.

  • Auto/Manual Folder Refresh.

    Folder stores can now be set to refresh either automatically or manually. Manual refresh can improve response times and also is a workaround for a known Outlook 2013 bug when using Hotmail.

Tagwolf v1.6 works with Microsoft Outlook 2013, 2010, 2007 and 2003 32-bit editions. Outlook 2013 and 2010 64-bit are supported as well.

The upgrade is free to v1.x users!

What's new in Tagwolf 1.5 ?

New and improved features

  • File Conversations.

    File entire conversations in one click.

  • Folder Search.

    Find folders quickly by typing a few letters of their name or path.

  • Quick Go-To Folder.

    Find and jump to folder in a few keystrokes.

  • Faststart Folder Wizard.

    This wizard will help you set up your folder filing structure in seconds.

  • Customisable Task Pane.

    Show/hide/rearrange parts of the Task Pane according to your preferences.

  • File to Shared Mailboxes.

    Collaborative filing to shared Exchange mailboxes (experimental feature).

  • File to Public Folders.

    Collaborative filing to Exchange Public Folder Favourites (experimental feature).

  • Keyboard Shortcuts.

    File directly to the best folder using a keyboard shortcut. Find folders, jump to folders all without using the mouse.

Tagwolf v1.5 works with Microsoft Outlook 2010 (32-bit only), 2007 and 2003.

The upgrade is free to v1.0 users!

Learn More

Want to learn more? Read the Tagwolf user guide for a complete description of the product. Consult the FAQ for frequently asked questions. Or try it out yourself.

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