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Posted on 2004-10-08
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I am receiveing hundreds of e-mails, each with one attachment. How can I save all of these attachments at one time vs. selecting each message individually and saving the attachments one-by-one?

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Mike
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don't think you can do that
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i stand corrected guys ;)
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Ooops.... maybe sunray_2003 and me were typing the same comment at the same time!
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If you are comfortable vith VBA or broke:
Open VBA Editor (Alt F11)
Expand Project1/MS Outlook Modem/ThisOutlookSession
Cut and Paste the code below in right pane

'------------snip start from here
' Save attachments from selected mails to a folder
' Stefri 10/09/2004 use at your own risks
'--------------------------------------------------------------
Public Sub saveAllAttachtoDisk()

Dim objAtt As Outlook.Attachment

Dim saveFolder As String
Dim myOlExp As Outlook.Explorer
Dim myOlSel As Outlook.Selection
Dim itm As Object
Set myOlExp = Application.ActiveExplorer
Set myOlSel = myOlExp.Selection

    saveFolder = "c:\att\" '<<<<<<<<<<<<<< to be adapted to your need
    On Error Resume Next
    If myOlSel.Count > 0 Then
   
        For Each itm In myOlSel
            For Each objAtt In itm.Attachments
                objAtt.SaveAsFile saveFolder & "\" & objAtt.DisplayName
                Set objAtt = Nothing
            Next
            Set itm = Nothing
        Next
    End If
    Set myOlExp  = Nothing
    Set myOlSel = Nothing
End Sub
'----------- snip ends here
Close VBA Editor
Check Tools/Macro/Security
Set to Medium

Close Outlook, accept to save the ProjectOtm
Start OL
Accept Macros to be enabled
Select mails with attachment using Shift/Ctrl Click
Tools/Macros
Select saveAllAttachtoDisk sub
That's it
Stefri
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