10-04-2011 02:10 PM
Which email agent/product are you using ? Webmail (such as Gmail, Yahoo mail, Windows live ..) or Outlook ..... All of them use nearly the same way: "Save Attachments". You can save to anywhere you like. It will download the attachment and put to your folder.
Nowaday, to reduce the traffic, Yahoo, Hotmail (Windows Live) .... sometimes compress many files, images into one zip file. You have to unzip the attachments.
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07-24-2014 07:23 AM
I have a similar problem, I have alot of picture saved to an email. How do I dowload all of them at once, instead of having to go into each file individually?
04-02-2017 03:07 PM
THIS IS FOR GMAIL!!!!!!!
Okey, first you will got o the Email. Then you will click a button that looks like this "..." The you will click "Save As" and save the entier email. The you'll go to your "File Explorer" find the email you saved and open it. Now you will save as if you were saving it on the interent (Internet Explorer or Google Chrome).
Boom there you have it.
04-05-2017 04:17 PM
Usually you will have to download the pictures individually from each email.
Typically downloads are placed in the Downloads folder by default. Once you download them then use Windows Explorer and select them in the Downloads folder by holding down the <Ctrl> key and clicking on each file (keep holding down the <Ctrl> key). Then point to one of the pictures and right click (lower right corner of touchpad) and select Copy. Then point to Photos folder, right click and select paste. This will put a copy in the Photos folder.
Then you can go and delete the pictures from the Downloads folder. Or if you're brave select "Cut" instead of "Copy" to move the pictures directly from the Downloads folder. However if you're not reasonably proficient with the computer use Copy and make it a two step process. That way if you screw up, you've still got your original files.