We have all done it.  Composed an email to send out to one or many that was to include attachments but clicked send too soon.  Oops!  Well Microsoft developed a cool new feature in Outlook to help alleviate that problem.  You have to be using at least Office 2013 and up.   It works by reviewing the words in the email when you hit send without attaching anything.  If it detects variations of the word “attach”, then it will pop up a warning box asking if you meant to attach a file.   This nifty feature has saved us money in our swear jar a few times!  You can turn the feature off or on by going to the following location:

File -> Options -> Mail.  Scroll down to the ‘Send Messages’ section.  The option is “Warn me when I send a message that may be missing an attachment.”