As an Outlook user, have you ever received a message that had multiple attachments? If so, you probably saved them one at a time, which works well enough when getting these kinds of messages is infrequent. But if you receive a lot of messages with multiple attachments, or they’re rare, but when they come they contain a lot of attachments, you might be interested to know that there is indeed a way to download and save multiple attachments at the same time. It’s not hard to do this, but the process varies a little bit depending on whether you are using Outlook 2003 or Outlook 2007. What follows are the steps for each version of Outlook. To minimize the chance for confusion, I’ve created a separate set of instructions for each Outlook version.

How to Save Multiple Mail Attachments at a Time in Outlook 2003

Follow these steps to save multiple mail attachment files at a time when you’re using Outlook 2003.

  1. Open the message containing the attachments you want to save.
  2. Click File, then Save Attachments.
  3. When the Save All Attachments dialog box appears, find the Attachments list, one or more attachments that you want to save, then click OK.
  4. In the Save File dialog box that appears, navigate to the folder where you want to save the attachments. Click click OK to save them.

How to Save More than One Mail Attachment at a Time in Outlook 2007

This is the procedure to follow when you want to save multiple mail attachment files at a time when you’re using Outlook 2007.

  1. Select and open the message that contains the attachments.
  2. Click Other Actions in the Actions panel of the Ribbon. Then click Save Attachments.
  3. When the Save All Attachments dialog box appears, find the Attachments list, select the attachments you want to save, then click OK.
  4. In the Save File dialog box that appears, navigate to the folder that you want to save the attachments in. Click click OK to save them.

That’s all there is to it. The attachments are now stored in the folder you selected. Hopefully you will find these procedures to be useful when you’re working with attachments. And in case you were wondering, there are a lot more tips where these came from.

The Living With Outlook website has an illustrated version of these multiple mail attachment instructions, along with literally hundreds more tips and tricks for making dealing with Outlook more enjoyable. Please come and spend some time at the site. Here’s a good starting point for someone dealing with lots of email: http://www.living-with-outlook.com/outlook-mail-tips.htmlAs an Outlook user, have you ever received a message that had multiple attachments? If so, you probably saved them one at a time, which works well enough when getting these kinds of messages is infrequent. But if you receive a lot of messages with multiple attachments, or they’re rare, but when they come they contain a lot of attachments, you might be interested to know that there is indeed a way to download and save multiple attachments at the same time. It’s not hard to do this, but the process varies a little bit depending on whether you are using Outlook 2003 or Outlook 2007. What follows are the steps for each version of Outlook. To minimize the chance for confusion, I’ve created a separate set of instructions for each Outlook version.

How to Save Multiple Mail Attachments at a Time in Outlook 2003

Follow these steps to save multiple mail attachment files at a time when you’re using Outlook 2003.

  1. Open the message containing the attachments you want to save.
  2. Click File, then Save Attachments.
  3. When the Save All Attachments dialog box appears, find the Attachments list, one or more attachments that you want to save, then click OK.
  4. In the Save File dialog box that appears, navigate to the folder where you want to save the attachments. Click click OK to save them.

How to Save More than One Mail Attachment at a Time in Outlook 2007

This is the procedure to follow when you want to save multiple mail attachment files at a time when you’re using Outlook 2007.

  1. Select and open the message that contains the attachments.
  2. Click Other Actions in the Actions panel of the Ribbon. Then click Save Attachments.
  3. When the Save All Attachments dialog box appears, find the Attachments list, select the attachments you want to save, then click OK.
  4. In the Save File dialog box that appears, navigate to the folder that you want to save the attachments in. Click click OK to save them.

That’s all there is to it. The attachments are now stored in the folder you selected. Hopefully you will find these procedures to be useful when you’re working with attachments. And in case you were wondering, there are a lot more tips where these came from.

The Living With Outlook website has an illustrated version of these multiple mail attachment instructions, along with literally hundreds more tips and tricks for making dealing with Outlook more enjoyable. Please come and spend some time at the site. Here’s a good starting point for someone dealing with lots of email: http://www.living-with-outlook.com/outlook-mail-tips.htmlAs an Outlook user, have you ever received a message that had multiple attachments? If so, you probably saved them one at a time, which works well enough when getting these kinds of messages is infrequent. But if you receive a lot of messages with multiple attachments, or they’re rare, but when they come they contain a lot of attachments, you might be interested to know that there is indeed a way to download and save multiple attachments at the same time. It’s not hard to do this, but the process varies a little bit depending on whether you are using Outlook 2003 or Outlook 2007. What follows are the steps for each version of Outlook. To minimize the chance for confusion, I’ve created a separate set of instructions for each Outlook version.

How to Save Multiple Mail Attachments at a Time in Outlook 2003

Follow these steps to save multiple mail attachment files at a time when you’re using Outlook 2003.

  1. Open the message containing the attachments you want to save.
  2. Click File, then Save Attachments.
  3. When the Save All Attachments dialog box appears, find the Attachments list, one or more attachments that you want to save, then click OK.
  4. In the Save File dialog box that appears, navigate to the folder where you want to save the attachments. Click click OK to save them.

How to Save More than One Mail Attachment at a Time in Outlook 2007

This is the procedure to follow when you want to save multiple mail attachment files at a time when you’re using Outlook 2007.

  1. Select and open the message that contains the attachments.
  2. Click Other Actions in the Actions panel of the Ribbon. Then click Save Attachments.
  3. When the Save All Attachments dialog box appears, find the Attachments list, select the attachments you want to save, then click OK.
  4. In the Save File dialog box that appears, navigate to the folder that you want to save the attachments in. Click click OK to save them.

That’s all there is to it. The attachments are now stored in the folder you selected. Hopefully you will find these procedures to be useful when you’re working with attachments. And in case you were wondering, there are a lot more tips where these came from.

The Living With Outlook website has an illustrated version of these multiple mail attachment instructions, along with literally hundreds more tips and tricks for making dealing with Outlook more enjoyable. Please come and spend some time at the site. Here’s a good starting point for someone dealing with lots of email: http://www.living-with-outlook.com/outlook-mail-tips.html

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