Printing .EML files can be a very tedious chore. If you are using an email client like Outlook or Thunderbird to open individual .eml files and print them, then you are engaging in a very labor intensive task. Opening .eml files this way works if you only have a few to print, but what if you have a folder filled with hundreds or thousands of .eml files?
EML Viewer Pro will allow you to batch print any number of selected EML files. First, start EML Viewer Pro and using the folder navigation to select the folder containing the.eml emails you want to print. The messages will quickly populate the software’s Mail List.
Do “Ctrol-A” to quickly select all of the emails in the list. The selected emails will appear blue.
|Print button location.|
A printer dialog will appear. Choose the printer (or virtual printer) on which you want to print .eml files.
|Choose printer for .eml batch print job|
That’s all there is to it. EML Viewer Pro will start printing your emails. You can go have some coffee while it’s printing.
If you can send eml files to a printer, can you also batch print .eml files to a PDF file? Yes, you certainly can! One options would be to tell EML Viewer Pro to print to a virtual PDF printer, such as the free BullZip virtual PDF printer. Virtual printers may each behave a bit differently, so you should be aware of any peculiarities with your chosen software.
If you want to print multiple .eml files to a single PDF, make sure your virtual printer will support that. Many virtual PDF printers will print separate PDF files, but some will create a single .pdf file. Snaggit is a software tool with a virtual printer that will accept the export of many .eml files and combine them into a single file which can later be converted to PDF.
EML Viewer Pro also lets you batch print .eml files directly to PDF files. Here are a couple of articles we wrote earlier specifically about how to print .eml files to PDF files.
Download a free trial of EML Viewer Pro today and get started.