How to save all attachments from email messages in Outlook?
Supposing you have received an email message with several attachments, how do you save these attachments in Microsoft Outlook quickly? What if save all attachments from multiple email messages in Microsoft Outlook? This article will walk you through these tricks at ease.
Manually save all attachments in one email message in Outlook
Save all attachments from multiple email messages in Outlook with VBA code
Batch save all attachments from multiple email messages with Kutools for Outlook
Actually you can save all attachments in one email message with Attachment Tools of Microsoft Outlook.
Step 1: Select the email message that you will save all of its attachments.
Step 2: Click one of its attachments in the Reading Pane.
Step 3: Click the Save All Attachments button in the Actions group on the Attachments tab.
Note: the Attachment Tools won’t be activated until you click attachments in the Reading Pane.
Step 4: In the Save All Attachments dialog box, select all of attachments in the Attachments: box, and click the OK button.
Step 5: In the popping up Save All Attachments dialog box, select a folder to save these attachments, and click the OK button.
Easily save all attachments from multiple selected emails to a folder:
ith the Save All attachments utility of Kutools for Outlook, you can easily save all attachments from multiple selected emails to specified folder in Outlook as below deno shown. Download and try it now! ( 60-day free trail)
This section will show you how to save all attachments from multiple email messages with VBA Macro in Microsoft Outlook.
Step 1: Open the VBA Editor with pressing the Alt key and F11 key at the same time.
Step 2: We recommend you to use the VBA Macro from the Microsoft Office.com.
And you can download the VBA Macro from: http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/office/Save-attachments-from-5b6bf54b
Step 3: In the VBA Editor, click the File > Import File, and import the mAttachmentSaver.bas file that you downloaded.
Step 4: Save and close the VBA Macro dialog.
We recommend you enable all macros in your Microsoft Outlook before continuing the following steps.
Step 5: Select the email messages whose attachments you will print later.
Note: You can select inconsecutive email messages with holding the Ctrl key and clicking.
You can select consecutive email messages with holding the Shift key and clicking.
Step 6: Open the Macros dialog box with pressing the Alt key and F8 key at the same time.
Step 7: In the Macros dialog box, select the ExecuteSaving in the Macro box, and click the Run button.
By the way, in Outlook 2013 or the later version, the macro may be named as Project1. mAttachmentSaver.ExectuteSaving
Step 8: In the popping up Browser For Folder dialog box, select a folder to save your attachments, and click OK button.
Here highly recommended the Save All attachments utility of Kutools for Outook. With this utility, you can quickly save all attachments from multiple emails in bulk with several clicks only in Outlook.
Before applying the feature, please download and install Kutools for Outlook firstly.
1. Select the emails containing the attachments you want to save.
Tips: You can select multiple nonadjacent emails by holding the Ctrl key and select them one by one;
Or select multiple adjacent emails by holding the Shift key and select the first email and the last one.
2. Click Kutools >Attachment Tools > Save All. See screenshot:
3. In the Save Settings dialog, click the button to select a folder to save the attachments, and then click the OK button.
3. Click OK twice in the next popping up to dialog box, Then all attachments in selected emails are saved in specified folder at once.
- 1. If you want to save attachments in different folders based on emails, please check the Create subfolders in the following style box, and choose a folder style from the drop-down.
- 2. Besides save all attachments, you can save attachments by specific conditions. For example, you only want to save the pdf file attachments which the file name contains the word "Invoice", please click the Advanced options button to expand the conditions, and then configure as the below screebshot shown.
- 3. If you want to automatically save attachments when email arriving, the Auto Save attachments feature can help.
- 4. For detaching the attachments directly from selected emails, the Detach All attachments feature can do you a favor.
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To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 3 years agoThe download all attachment function in kutools are creating a new folder for each attachment saved. Is there a way to just download the attachments automatically without creating a new folder for each attachement?
To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 4 years agoI have Kutools and used this feature, but it saved each attachment in a new folder within the target folder. I really just want all attachments in a single folder. Help! thx
To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 5 years agoemail attachment macro setting
To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 5 years agoHow to save attachment with subject yesterdays date while using "Save all attachments from multiple email messages in Outlook with VBA code"
To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 5 years agohow to save attachments with Subject Yesterdays Date while using "Save all attachments from multiple email messages in Outlook with VBA code"
To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 5 years agoI already have KuTools for Excel, and this is not part of that.
Had to dig around to find the KuToolsOutlook.exe download.
Then it converted all my photos to .txt files.
Fortunately, the photos were still there, so I saved them all by hand.
Took less time to just do it that way than find & install the program.
Outlook 2016/Windows 10
To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 5 years agoWorked like a charm !, Thank you :)
To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 5 years agoThis code is great and easy to setup.... BUT in my case it's renaming the original file names by appending the date/time stamp. What I really need for it to do is replace the file of the same name in the destination folder. Anyone know how I can alter the code to 'Copy and Replace'?
To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 6 years agoAwesome tool! Worked like a charm :-)
To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 6 years agoOverall it is good but I tried to run it against about 1000 emails and it stopped downloading files after awhile, although popup message gave the correct number of the amount of the files.
It worked as expected when I did in small chunks (100 or so at a time)
To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 6 years agoThanks,
Worked like a charm.
To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 6 years agoexcellent tool. Thank you so much
To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 6 years agoThank you so much!!!really helps..
To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 6 years agowhere is the mAttachmentSaver.bas located? I'm not seeing anything? please expand on this part of the instructions?
To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 7 years agoMany thanks,
I've tried this but, after doing all the steps and save attachments, I went to the targeted folder to check the attachments. I didn't find anything.