How to copy attachment to another email in Outlook?
In general, it’s easy to copy attachments from one email to another with copying and pasting in outlook. But this article will introduce some very ingenious methods to copy attachments to another email with only dragging or clicking.
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This method will introduce a very clever way to copy one or multiple attachments from one email to a new one with dragging only.
1. In the Mail view, click to open the email whose attachments you will copy in the Reading Pane.
2. Select one or multiple attachments in the Reading Pane, drag selected attachments to the mail list, release the mouse until the cursor changes to. See screenshot below:
Note: Holding the Ctrl key, you can select multiple nonadjacent attachments by clicking them one by one; holding the Shift key, you can select multiple adjacent attachments by clicking the first one and the last one.
3. Now all selected attachments are copied and pasted into a new email as below screenshot shown. Compose the new email and send it.
Sometimes, you may want to remaining attachments of original email when replying in Outlook. This method will introduce the Reply with Attachment feature of Kutools for Outlook to copy all attachments to replying email.
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1. In the Mail view, select the email you will reply, and click Kutools > Reply with Attachment > Reply with Attachment or Reply All with Attachment. See screenshot:
2. Now all attachments of original email have been copied and pasted into the replying email as below screenshot shown. Compose the replying email and send it.
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To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 10 months agoWould like to know how to do things without having to buy more attachments. If you only have 2 or 3 letters or other to deal with each month, it is not cost effective to keep buying more extras that used to be free. Ex. Copying an email to Word exactly as it is or translating an attachment etc. Please stop changing things, it makes our lives more complicated. S.