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Download Inline (In-line) Attachments from Outlook 2007

Posted on 2008-10-20
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I would like to save/download inline attachments from Outlook 2007.  Is there a way to do this?  I see the paperclip in the summary and I see the attachment fully displayed in the body but I can't save to desktop or simply download the attachment.
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Hello mansurw02,

Outlook 2007 natively does not allow you to save inline attachment.  

Hope this helps!
war1
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Any 3rd party recommendations or work arounds?
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I heard that you can do it with a VBA script.  But I do not know how to implement such a script.
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Booo.  That's lame.  Thanks for the info.  I will leave it open for a few days until someone can offer me a solution.  Otherwise, I will give you the points.
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