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.
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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.
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, 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.
Batch save all attachments from multiple email messages with Kutools for Outlook (just several clicks)
You can easily batch save all attachments from selected email messages in Outlook with the Detach All attachments utility. Please do as follows.
1. Select multiple emails with the attachments you want to batch save.
2. Click Kutools > Detach All. See screenshot:
3. Then a Please select a folder dialog box pops up, please click the Browse button to select a folder to save the attachments. Check the Create subfolders in the following style box, and the select a folder style from the drop-down list. And finally click the OK button. See screenshot:
4. Click the Yes button in the Detach All dialog box.
5. Click the OK button in the following Kutools for Outlook dialog box.
Then all attachments in selected email messages are batch saved to a specified folder, and you can see there are corresponding hyperlinks for each attachments leaving in emails. See screenshot:
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