I have a problem. An automated process sends me occasional emails with textfile attachments.
Mostly, I just file them, against a time when I might need to find some bit of information in one of the attachments.
Last time I needed to do this, I used Copernic -- but I don't have that available anymore.
Thing is, the attachments always have the same name.
I use The Bat! (or rather, the Voyager variant thereof.) I thought I could ask The Bat to search inside attachments, but I couldn't work out how.
So all I can do is save the attachments to disk and search them with something else.
But in order to save them to disk, I have to give each file a different name, so I don't overwrite information.
There are currently 200-odd relevant emails. I REALLY don't want to have to go through that process manually, one at a time.
Can anyone suggest an approach to this?