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Select & open all attachments

Posted on 2003-11-03
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Is it possible to select & open all email attachments without "double-clicking" each one ? I've received a 7mb email with 35 attachments!! It's a real pain having to open each one.

PS. I know with printing it will auto-open each document but you don't always want to print all attachements !!
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Your best bet for doing this is to save all of the attachments first, then open them.  You really do not want to try and open all of those attachments from within Outlook.

1.  Open the message, click on File-Save Attachments.  

2.  Make sure all attachments are selected, press 'Ok', and save them to whatever directory you wish.

Once done, you can open the documents all at once from that directory.

Good luck,

Geoff
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