Save Attachments should be available in an open email


H

HotPepper

The Save Attachment option is only available in Outlook when the e-mail is
closed. If you double-click the email and open it, this option is not
available, it would be more convenient if it was.

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V

VanguardLH

HotPepper said:
The Save Attachment option is only available in Outlook when the e-mail is
closed. If you double-click the email and open it, this option is not
available, it would be more convenient if it was.

Must be a problem in your setup of the UNIDENTIFIED version of Outlook. In
my Outlook 2003, and after opening an e-mail with attachment in its own
window (by double-clicking on the e-mail item), I can either use the File ->
Save Attachments menu or right-click on the attached file in the Attachments
field to use Save As.

Since suggestions are not questions, you didn't ask for help on this
problem. Have a nice day.
 
A

AnotherNewGuy

In Outlook 2003, at least on my Outlook 2003, when open, I can right-click an
attachment, and Save As is available there. And there's a Save Attachments
selection under the File menu.
 
H

HotPepper

I am currently using Outlook 2007, but had the same problem in 2003 and
previous versions. If an e-mail has more than one attachment. I can only do a
File Save Attachments from the main e-mail listings page. If I actually open
the e-mail and try and save the attachments from there, I can only do that
one by one, not all at once.
 
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