outlook 2016 and attachment

i have continues email coming in into my inbox (e.g. xxx@abc.com) with attachment. I want to set up rule inside of Outlook to make a copy of attachment to my shared drive. e.g. z:\ and email back to me (me@abc.com) for status (regardless it works or not).

Can you give me sample run down what I need to do? I know I can run vba codes for this. but I don't know exactly what I need to do.

Thanks,
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SeanSystem EngineerCommented:
You would need to setup a rule with a VBA script to do this. I'm not super good at VBA and haven't done this one before but here is a link with exactly what you are wanting to do.

https://www.extendoffice.com/documents/outlook/3747-outlook-auto-download-save-attachments-to-folder.html
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