How to save all the attachments from Outlook emails in one place at one time

Posted on 2010-01-02
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Last Modified: 2012-05-08

I would like to find a way to highlight all or a portion of the emails in my Outlook 2007 and at one time be able to save all the from the highlighted emails int o one folder at one time.  Is there a way of doing this builit into Outlook 2007 ot is there a third party application that can do this for you?


Question by:hadhazi1
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Chris Bottomley earned 2000 total points
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Hello hadhazi1,

One way is to select a range of emails and control drag them into a dos folder wherer they will be saved as messages but if you want to save the attachments themselves then that will will require some VBA.



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I ended up downloading a program call "EZdetach" that has a good trial but I went ahead and paid for it anyway.  Worked great!

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