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How to allow downloading of multiple attachments at one time in Outlook Web Access.

Posted on 2006-11-22
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Is there a way to easily allow the downloading of multiple attachments at one time in Outlook Web Access? I have a client who has several employees that use OWA, and they would like to be able to download all attachments sent to them in an e-mail at once in OWA, as they are able to do so in their Outlook client.

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redseatechnologies earned 250 total points
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This can't be done natively,

I am having trouble finding a 3rd party program that does this as well.

And I feel your pain, having to go through 20 images with OWA is a nightmare

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by:jbridgman-qds
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Thanks for the comment.

I'll leave the question open a couple more days, just in case anybody else might have a solution. If no one offers a solution, I'll assign the points to you, Red.

Thanks anyway.
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by:redseatechnologies
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No worries,

I will post a message out to our active experts and see if I can get some attention for you (incase I am missing something)

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by:jbridgman-qds
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OK, been a week now, so I'll go ahead and accept Red's answer and close out this question.
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Just so you know, I did ask about it for you

http:/Q_21874065.html#18010933

That is the experts notification thread, where we attract each others attention (otherwise known as the Bat Signal)

If no-one showed up here, it is a safe bet that they don't know of a way to do it, agreed with me and chose not to comment, or, were on holidays :)

Thanks for closing

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