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.