Delete Empty Folders
is a compact add-in for Microsoft Outlook that allows you to scan your folder and delete the empty folders. You can use it to clean up your account and to avoid having too many subfolders that you do not use.
Being just a simple add-in, Delete Empty Folders can only be accessed from within the Outlook UI or from the OutlookFreeware.com Utilities tool – the developer’s application that acts as a catalog for how many add-ons are available and installed on your machine as well as providing a small GUI that should allow one to delete folders on the spot, by linking the Outlook account/profile.
Among its most important features, the add-on is supposed to automatically erase any empty folder from a profile, move them to “Deleted Items” without compromising their original structure, and provide support for the command-line tool.
To conclude, Delete Empty Folders is nothing more than an Outlook add-on that might come in handy for users who prefer to focus on more critical tasks than hunting for empty directories within their folder structure. Integration with Outlook shouldn’t be an issue for the add-on, but don’t forget about the OutlookFreeware Utility Manager if you decide to give DEF a try.