Cannot "Save All" attachments in Outlook 365 Business

When attempting to save multiple attachments from an email nothing happens. As seen in the screenshot I can select multiple attachments but the will not save locally or to a network share. I can save single attachments with no problem. Anyone know what the issue is?
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Jay CastleberryDirector of OperationsAsked:
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masnrockCommented:
What version of Outlook do you have? Could be related to an update, and you have to revert to an older version.
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Jay CastleberryDirector of OperationsAuthor Commented:
The version is Outlook for Microsoft Office 365 Business.. v1711. I spoke with Microsoft and they gave me a workaround to save multiple attachments locally.. by only highlighting one attachment then selecting 'save all'. That method works but I still cannot save multiples to a network share.
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Jackie ManCommented:
What is the server OS of the network share?
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Jay CastleberryDirector of OperationsAuthor Commented:
The network share is on a linux based QNAP NAS... https://www.qnap.com/en-us/
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