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How to copy or save all inline/embedded images from one email in Outlook?

Let’s say you received an email with multiple inline or embedded images in Outlook, and now you want to save them, any easy solutions? This article will introduce two trick ways to easily copy or save all inline images in bulk from an email to your hard dick folder easily.

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Actually, you can copy or save one inline/embedded image from an email in Outlook to your hard disk with Outlook’s Save as Picture feature.

1. Go to the Mail view, open the mail folder containing the specified email with inline images, and then click the email to open it in the Reading Pane.

2. Right click the inline image you will save, and select Save as Picture from the right-clicking menu. See screenshot:

3. In the opening File Save dialog box, please open the destination folder you will save the inline image into, type a name for the inline image in the File name box, and click the Save button. See screenshot:

Up to now the specified inline image has been saved from the Outlook email to the destination folder.


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It might be tedious and time-wasting to save multiple inline images with the Save as Picture feature. Is there any way to copy or save all inline/embedded images in bulk from one email in Outlook to hard disk? Yes, try below method:

1. Go to the Mail view, open the mail folder containing the specified email with inline images, and then select it in the mail list.

2. Please click File > Save As.

3. In the Save As dialog box, please do as follows (see screenshot below): (1) Open the destination folder you will save the inline images into; (2) Type a name as you need into the File name box; (3) Choose the HTML from the Save as type drop down list; (4) Click the Save button.

So far, you have saved all inline images in bulk in the specified email. See screenshot:

Note: All inline images are saved in the subfolder named as what you typed in Step 3 of destination folder.

4. Close the Message window.


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    Medena · 2 months ago
    Omg, thank you a million times
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    julie · 3 months ago
    how do you print inline images within emails, without saving inline image?
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      kellytte · 2 months ago
      Hi julie,
      There is no built-in function to print inline images in Outlook. However, there is a workaround to print these inline pictures only.
      1. Select the email, and click Home > Reply to reply this email.
      2. Now in the reply window, remove all information excluding the inline images, including text in the message body, to, cc, bcc, subject, attachments, etc.,
      3. Still in the reply window, click File > Print.
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    TamaraKay · 3 months ago
    Oh my GOD! You are the hero we all need.
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    Stefan · 5 months ago
    There is a mentionable difference between the two methods:
    - "Save as picture" will create a new file, even if you select the format (e.g. .jpg) of the original file. I.e. the picture will be compressed again with Outlook's default settings.
    - If the mail is saved in HTML-format, the picture files will only be renamed (i think so, at least, because their "size on disk" is identical to the original files) and therefore not suffer from degradation.
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    Jewel · 5 months ago
    Thank you so much....you just saved me a lot of time and aggravation!
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    Rob · 6 months ago
    Awesome! Thank you. Just saved me so much time.
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    Thank you001 · 6 months ago
    Sweet! Thank you!!
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    Lucas Brunelle · 7 months ago
    Huge time saver - Thanx
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    Martina · 7 months ago
    Super hilfreich! Der html-Trick hat mich gerettet....
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    Meesum · 7 months ago
    Thank you!!!
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    Matt · 8 months ago
    Amazing when you find something new. Thanks guys.
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    Edward · 9 months ago
    Like everyone else, thank you very much! The html trick is a glorious time saver!
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    tony · 10 months ago
    Listen: I need you to understand how massively helpful this was - at 1am with a deadline due the next day and the prospect of extracting just under a hundred images I thought I might have to write a macro but on a throwaway google search I found your tutorial.
    Thank you for saving I don't know how much of my time. I will recommend this suite to my boss and see if I can get it for our company.
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    Paul · 1 years ago
    OMG!!! Thank you... just saved me an hours work.... why didn't I google this weeks ago....hahahahaaaaaaaaaa
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    Chris · 1 years ago
    I had an email with 30+ embedded images and you just made life much easier with the HTML method! Thanks!
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    Anthony · 1 years ago
    Saving message as an html file - very clever solution for saving multiple inline images at once! Thanks for the tip.
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    Anna · 1 years ago
    OMG!! this is AMAZING! I'm so grateful to you now. So much time and frustration will be saved.
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    Kimber · 1 years ago
    This saved so much time for me! Lifesaver!!!
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    osher · 1 years ago
    thak you it works
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    tejas · 1 years ago
    Thanks saved a lot of time
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    Jack · 1 years ago
    Excellent tip. A real time saver, thanks.
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    Cheryl · 1 years ago
    THANK YOU so much! This is going to save me eons of time!
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    Sara S. H. · 2 years ago
    "Copy or save all inline/embedded images from one email in Outlook" very helpful, thank you! Was getting very frustrated saving each one individually, your method really saves time!
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    Val · 2 years ago
    RE: Copy or save all inline/embedded images from one email in Outlook;

    It says "2. Please click File > Save As." Where? How? Help!