How do I move (to a folder) another e-mail (attachment) forwarded


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bjacoby

I am attempting to move (to a folder) another e-mail (attachment) that was
forwarded to me from AOL. The "move to folder" button in Outlook 2007 is
'not active' for me to do this function. I used to be able to do this simple
movement of an attached e-mail with an older version of Outlook. Does this
newer version of Office not allow this function, or is their possibly a flag
I need to set in Outlook to allow this option?
 
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Brian Tillman

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I am attempting to move (to a folder) another e-mail (attachment)
that was forwarded to me from AOL. The "move to folder" button in
Outlook 2007 is 'not active' for me to do this function. I used to
be able to do this simple movement of an attached e-mail with an
older version of Outlook. Does this newer version of Office not
allow this function, or is their possibly a flag I need to set in
Outlook to allow this option?

Does drag-and-drop work?
 
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bjacoby

Drag-and-drop does work - thanks! Now I'm trying to figure out if there is a
way to only save the original part of an e-mail forward (as an e-mail) if it
does not come in as an attachment.
 
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Brian Tillman

(e-mail address removed)
Drag-and-drop does work - thanks! Now I'm trying to figure out if
there is a way to only save the original part of an e-mail forward
(as an e-mail) if it does not come in as an attachment.

I'm not sure what you're asking. Save it where?
 

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