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Come salvare tutti gli allegati da più e-mail nella cartella in Outlook?

È facile salvare tutti gli allegati da un'e-mail con la funzione Salva tutti gli allegati incorporata in Outlook. Tuttavia, se desideri salvare tutti gli allegati da più e-mail contemporaneamente, non è disponibile alcuna funzione diretta. È necessario applicare ripetutamente la funzione Salva tutti gli allegati in ogni e-mail fino a quando tutti gli allegati non vengono salvati da tali e-mail. Questo richiede tempo. In questo articolo, introduciamo due metodi per salvare in blocco tutti gli allegati da più e-mail in una cartella specifica facilmente in Outlook.

Salva tutti gli allegati da più email nella cartella con il codice VBA
Diversi clic per salvare tutti gli allegati da più e-mail in una cartella con uno strumento straordinario


Salva tutti gli allegati da più email nella cartella con il codice VBA

Questa sezione mostra un codice VBA in una guida passo passo per aiutarti a salvare rapidamente tutti gli allegati da più email in una cartella specifica contemporaneamente. Si prega di fare quanto segue.

1. Innanzitutto, è necessario creare una cartella per salvare gli allegati nel computer.

Entra nel Documenti cartella e creare una cartella denominata "Allegati". Visualizza gli screenshot:

2. Selezionare i messaggi di posta elettronica che verranno salvati negli allegati, quindi premere altro + F11 chiavi per aprire il Microsoft Visual Basic, Applications Edition finestra.

3. Clic inserire > Modulo per aprire il Modulo finestra, quindi copia uno dei seguenti codice VBA nella finestra.

Codice VBA 1: salva in blocco gli allegati da più e-mail (salva direttamente gli allegati con lo stesso nome)

Tip: Questo codice salverà gli allegati con lo stesso nome aggiungendo le cifre 1, 2, 3 ... dopo i nomi dei file.

Dim GCount As Integer
Dim GFilepath As String
Public Sub SaveAttachments()
'Update 20200821
Dim xMailItem As Outlook.MailItem
Dim xAttachments As Outlook.Attachments
Dim xSelection As Outlook.Selection
Dim i As Long
Dim xAttCount As Long
Dim xFilePath As String, xFolderPath As String, xSaveFiles As String
On Error Resume Next
xFolderPath = CreateObject("WScript.Shell").SpecialFolders(16)
Set xSelection = Outlook.Application.ActiveExplorer.Selection
xFolderPath = xFolderPath & "\Attachments\"
If VBA.Dir(xFolderPath, vbDirectory) = vbNullString Then
    VBA.MkDir xFolderPath
End If
GFilepath = ""
For Each xMailItem In xSelection
    Set xAttachments = xMailItem.Attachments
    xAttCount = xAttachments.Count
    xSaveFiles = ""
    If xAttCount > 0 Then
        For i = xAttCount To 1 Step -1
            GCount = 0
            xFilePath = xFolderPath & xAttachments.Item(i).FileName
            GFilepath = xFilePath
            xFilePath = FileRename(xFilePath)
            If IsEmbeddedAttachment(xAttachments.Item(i)) = False Then
                xAttachments.Item(i).SaveAsFile xFilePath
                If xMailItem.BodyFormat <> olFormatHTML Then
                    xSaveFiles = xSaveFiles & vbCrLf & "<Error! Hyperlink reference not valid.>"
                Else
                    xSaveFiles = xSaveFiles & "<br>" & "<a href='file://" & xFilePath & "'>" & xFilePath & "</a>"
                End If
            End If
        Next i
        If xSaveFiles <> "" Then
            If xMailItem.BodyFormat <> olFormatHTML Then
                xMailItem.Body = vbCrLf & "The file(s) were saved to " & xSaveFiles & vbCrLf & xMailItem.Body
            Else
                xMailItem.HTMLBody = "<p>" & "The file(s) were saved to " & xSaveFiles & "</p>" & xMailItem.HTMLBody
            End If
        End If
        xMailItem.Save
    End If
Next
Set xAttachments = Nothing
Set xMailItem = Nothing
Set xSelection = Nothing
End Sub

Function FileRename(FilePath As String) As String
Dim xPath As String
Dim xFso As FileSystemObject
On Error Resume Next
Set xFso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
xPath = FilePath
FileRename = xPath
If xFso.FileExists(xPath) Then
    GCount = GCount + 1
    xPath = xFso.GetParentFolderName(GFilepath) & "\" & xFso.GetBaseName(GFilepath) & " " & GCount & "." + xFso.GetExtensionName(GFilepath)
    FileRename = FileRename(xPath)
End If
xFso = Nothing
End Function

Function IsEmbeddedAttachment(Attach As Attachment)
Dim xItem As MailItem
Dim xCid As String
Dim xID As String
Dim xHtml As String
On Error Resume Next
IsEmbeddedAttachment = False
Set xItem = Attach.Parent
If xItem.BodyFormat <> olFormatHTML Then Exit Function
xCid = ""
xCid = Attach.PropertyAccessor.GetProperty("http://schemas.microsoft.com/mapi/proptag/0x3712001F")
If xCid <> "" Then
    xHtml = xItem.HTMLBody
    xID = "cid:" & xCid
    If InStr(xHtml, xID) > 0 Then
        IsEmbeddedAttachment = True
    End If
End If
End Function
Codice VBA 2: salva in blocco gli allegati da più e-mail (controlla i duplicati)
Public Sub SaveAttachments()
'Update 20200821
Dim xMailItem As Outlook.MailItem
Dim xAttachments As Outlook.Attachments
Dim xSelection As Outlook.Selection
Dim i As Long
Dim xAttCount As Long
Dim xFilePath As String, xFolderPath As String, xSaveFiles As String
Dim xYesNo As Integer
Dim xFlag As Boolean
On Error Resume Next
xFolderPath = CreateObject("WScript.Shell").SpecialFolders(16)
Set xSelection = Outlook.Application.ActiveExplorer.Selection
xFolderPath = xFolderPath & "\Attachments\"
If VBA.Dir(xFolderPath, vbDirectory) = vbNullString Then
    VBA.MkDir xFolderPath
End If
For Each xMailItem In xSelection
    Set xAttachments = xMailItem.Attachments
    xAttCount = xAttachments.Count
    xSaveFiles = ""
    If xAttCount > 0 Then
        For i = xAttCount To 1 Step -1
            xFilePath = xFolderPath & xAttachments.Item(i).FileName
            xFlag = True
            If VBA.Dir(xFilePath, 16) <> Empty Then
                xYesNo = MsgBox("The file is exists, do you want to replace it", vbYesNo + vbInformation, "Kutools for Outlook")
                If xYesNo = vbNo Then xFlag = False
            End If
            If xFlag = True Then
                xAttachments.Item(i).SaveAsFile xFilePath
                If xMailItem.BodyFormat <> olFormatHTML Then
                    xSaveFiles = xSaveFiles & vbCrLf & "<Error! Hyperlink reference not valid.>"
                Else
                    xSaveFiles = xSaveFiles & "<br>" & "<a href='file://" & xFilePath & "'>" & xFilePath & "</a>"
                End If
            End If
        Next i
        If xSaveFiles <> "" Then
            If xMailItem.BodyFormat <> olFormatHTML Then
                xMailItem.Body = vbCrLf & "The file(s) were saved to " & xSaveFiles & vbCrLf & xMailItem.Body
            Else
                xMailItem.HTMLBody = "<p>" & "The file(s) were saved to " & xSaveFiles & "</p>" & xMailItem.HTMLBody
            End If
        End If
        xMailItem.Save
    End If
Next
Set xAttachments = Nothing
Set xMailItem = Nothing
Set xSelection = Nothing
End Sub

Note:

1) Se si desidera salvare tutti gli allegati con lo stesso nome in una cartella, applicare quanto sopra Codice VBA 1. Prima di eseguire questo codice, fare clic su Strumenti > Referenzee quindi controllare il Runtime di script Microsoft casella nella Riferimenti - Progetto la finestra di dialogo;

doc salva allegati 07

2) Se si desidera verificare la presenza di nomi di allegati duplicati, applicare il codice VBA 2. Dopo aver eseguito il codice, verrà visualizzata una finestra di dialogo per ricordare se sostituire gli allegati duplicati, scegliere or Non in base alle proprie esigenze.

5. premi il F5 chiave per eseguire il codice.

Quindi tutti gli allegati nelle e-mail selezionate vengono salvati nella cartella creata nel passaggio 1. Vedrai che ci sono collegamenti ipertestuali visualizzati nelle e-mail selezionate. Fare clic sul collegamento per aprire automaticamente l'allegato specifico.

Nota: Potrebbe esserci un Microsoft Outlook finestra di messaggio che si apre, fare clic su Consentire pulsante per andare avanti.


Salva tutti gli allegati da più email in una cartella con uno strumento straordinario

Se sei un principiante in VBA, qui altamente raccomandato il Salva tutti gli allegati utilità di Kutools per Outook per te. Con questa utility, puoi salvare rapidamente tutti gli allegati da più e-mail contemporaneamente con diversi clic solo in Outlook.
Prima di applicare la funzione, per favore scarica e installa prima Kutools per Outlook.

1. Selezionare le e-mail contenenti gli allegati che si desidera salvare.

Suggerimenti: Puoi selezionare più email non adiacenti tenendo premuto il tasto Ctrl tasto e selezionarli uno per uno;
Oppure seleziona più email adiacenti tenendo premuto il tasto spostamento e seleziona la prima e-mail e l'ultima.

2. Clic Kutools >Strumenti per gli allegatiSalva tutto. Vedi screenshot:

3. Nel Salva impostazioni finestra di dialogo, fare clic su per selezionare una cartella in cui salvare gli allegati, quindi fare clic su OK pulsante.

3. Clic OK due volte nella successiva finestra di dialogo, quindi tutti gli allegati nelle e-mail selezionate vengono salvati nella cartella specificata contemporaneamente.

Note:

  • 1. Se desideri salvare gli allegati in cartelle diverse in base alle e-mail, controlla il file Crea sottocartelle nel seguente stile casella e scegli uno stile di cartella dal menu a discesa.
  • 2. Oltre a salvare tutti gli allegati, è possibile salvare gli allegati in base a condizioni specifiche. Ad esempio, si desidera salvare solo gli allegati del file pdf il cui nome del file contiene la parola "Fattura", fare clic sul pulsante opzioni avanzate per espandere le condizioni, quindi configurare come mostrato di seguito.
  • 3. Se si desidera salvare automaticamente gli allegati all'arrivo di messaggi di posta elettronica, il file Salvataggio automatico degli allegati la funzione può aiutare.
  • 4. Per scollegare gli allegati direttamente dalle e-mail selezionate, il file Scollega tutti gli allegati caratteristica di Kutools per Outlook puoi farti un favore

  Se desideri avere una prova gratuita (60 giorni) di questa utility, fare clic per scaricarlo, quindi andare ad applicare l'operazione secondo i passaggi precedenti.


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    Tammy · 2 months ago
    This has saved me so much time! VBA code 1 doesnt save embedded pictures, where as VBA code 2 does but doesnt rename the file with the same name. Is there a way to have VBA code 1 save the attachments and the embedded files and rename/append any that have the same file name? 
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      Tammy · 2 months ago
      Ok, VBA code 1, I just commented out two lines.  LINE 29 and LINE 36   -   LINE 29  LINE 36  'End If
      The VBA code 1 altered for me is as follows.  And saves embedded files and attachments and renames them with a 1,2 etc at the end! 


      Dim GCount As Integer
      Dim GFilepath As String
      Public Sub SaveAttachments()
      'Update 20200821
      Dim xMailItem As Outlook.MailItem
      Dim xAttachments As Outlook.Attachments
      Dim xSelection As Outlook.Selection
      Dim i As Long
      Dim xAttCount As Long
      Dim xFilePath As String, xFolderPath As String, xSaveFiles As String
      On Error Resume Next
      xFolderPath = CreateObject("WScript.Shell").SpecialFolders(16)
      Set xSelection = Outlook.Application.ActiveExplorer.Selection
      xFolderPath = xFolderPath & "\Attachments\"
      If VBA.Dir(xFolderPath, vbDirectory) = vbNullString Then
      VBA.MkDir xFolderPath
      End If
      GFilepath = ""
      For Each xMailItem In xSelection
      Set xAttachments = xMailItem.Attachments
      xAttCount = xAttachments.Count
      xSaveFiles = ""
      If xAttCount > 0 Then
      For i = xAttCount To 1 Step -1
      GCount = 0
      xFilePath = xFolderPath & xAttachments.Item(i).FileName
      GFilepath = xFilePath
      xFilePath = FileRename(xFilePath)
      ' If IsEmbeddedAttachment(xAttachments.Item(i)) = False Then
      xAttachments.Item(i).SaveAsFile xFilePath
      If xMailItem.BodyFormat <> olFormatHTML Then
      xSaveFiles = xSaveFiles & vbCrLf & "<Error! Hyperlink reference not valid.>"
      Else
      xSaveFiles = xSaveFiles & "<br>" & "<a href='file://" & xFilePath & "'>" & xFilePath & "</a>"
      End If
      'End If
      Next i
      If xSaveFiles <> "" Then
      If xMailItem.BodyFormat <> olFormatHTML Then
      xMailItem.Body = vbCrLf & "The file(s) were saved to " & xSaveFiles & vbCrLf & xMailItem.Body
      Else
      xMailItem.HTMLBody = "<p>" & "The file(s) were saved to " & xSaveFiles & "</p>" & xMailItem.HTMLBody
      End If
      End If
      xMailItem.Save
      End If
      Next
      Set xAttachments = Nothing
      Set xMailItem = Nothing
      Set xSelection = Nothing
      End Sub

      Function FileRename(FilePath As String) As String
      Dim xPath As String
      Dim xFso As FileSystemObject
      On Error Resume Next
      Set xFso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
      xPath = FilePath
      FileRename = xPath
      If xFso.FileExists(xPath) Then
      GCount = GCount + 1
      xPath = xFso.GetParentFolderName(GFilepath) & "\" & xFso.GetBaseName(GFilepath) & " " & GCount & "." + xFso.GetExtensionName(GFilepath)
      FileRename = FileRename(xPath)
      End If
      xFso = Nothing
      End Function

      Function IsEmbeddedAttachment(Attach As Attachment)
      Dim xItem As MailItem
      Dim xCid As String
      Dim xID As String
      Dim xHtml As String
      On Error Resume Next
      IsEmbeddedAttachment = False
      Set xItem = Attach.Parent
      If xItem.BodyFormat <> olFormatHTML Then Exit Function
      xCid = ""
      xCid = Attach.PropertyAccessor.GetProperty("http://schemas.microsoft.com/mapi/proptag/0x3712001F")
      If xCid <> "" Then
      xHtml = xItem.HTMLBody
      xID = "cid:" & xCid
      If InStr(xHtml, xID) > 0 Then
      IsEmbeddedAttachment = True
      End If
      End If
      End Function
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    Tammy · 2 months ago
    This has saved me so much time! VBA code 1 doesnt save embedded pictures, where as VBA code 2 does but doesnt rename the file with the same name. Is there a way to have VBA code save the attachments and the embedded files? 
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    John · 3 months ago
    hi, if i run it, can the edited email (that shows hyperlink) be seen by the other party on the email?
    afraid of making it awkward
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      Tammy · 2 months ago
      I wondered this also
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    napiwn@gmail.com · 3 months ago
    The Vba 1 code is great. A request to add the date of the email to the file name of the attachment (yyyy-mm-dd ssmm)
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    Steve · 3 months ago
    Is it possible to have a variation on "VBA Code 2: Bulk Save Attachments From Multiple Emails (Check For Duplicates)" where it automatically replaces a duplicate?
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    Compstuff · 7 months ago
    THANK YOU so very much for this script! It has helped me do something I have wanted & needed to do for many years. Are the following modifications still valid for VBA Code 1?

    1)
    This works only if you use the Documents folder. For a more general case:
    delete line 12
    line 15 should read: strFolderpath = "C:\folder\otherfolder\"

    4)
    do not modify the emails in any way (e.g. adding the file save path to the text of the mail), delete line 26-39
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    Alex · 9 months ago
    Hi! I have used code 1 for many times (can't thank You enough for my saved time) and it run smooth. All of a sudden (outlook 2016), without me changing any of settings, it stopped working with message: "The macros in this project are disabled. Please refer to the online help or documentation of the host application to determine how to enable macros." I have tried changing settings in Outlook but none of available options gave result (Trust center settings / Macros)
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      crystal · 8 months ago
      Hi Alex,
      It seems that macros are disabled in Outlook. Please follow the steps as the below screenshot shown to enable all macros, and then restart Outlook.

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    Stephen · 9 months ago
    It's okay I found the necessary tool to save attachments.
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    Stephen · 9 months ago
    I install Kutools and now I can't run any other macros including this one. I really need to save a whole heap of attachment, but Kutools let's you save emails but it doesn't save attachments too.
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    Tara · 10 months ago
    Hello,

    I am having issues with the area

    Function FileRename(xFilePath As String) As String
    Dim xPath As String
    Dim xFso As FileSystemObject

    I am getting a Complie error: User-defined tyoe not defined.
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      crystal · 10 months ago
      Hi,
      Before running the code, please click Tools > References, and then check the Microsoft Scripting Runtime box in the References - Project dialog box.
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    John · 1 years ago
    Thank you, but only works if the attachments each have different names. For same name attachments, it will just overwrite the previous file. So I edited this VBA script to prefix each file saved with a number:


    Public Sub SaveAttachments()
    'Update 20191101
    Dim objOL As Outlook.Application
    Dim objMsg As Outlook.MailItem
    Dim objAttachments As Outlook.Attachments
    Dim objSelection As Outlook.Selection
    Dim i As Long
    Dim lngCount As Long
    Dim strFile As String
    Dim strFolderpath As String
    Dim strDeletedFiles As String
    strFolderpath = CreateObject("WScript.Shell").SpecialFolders(16)
    Set objOL = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")
    Set objSelection = objOL.ActiveExplorer.Selection
    strFolderpath = strFolderpath & "\Attachments\"
    Dim i2 As Long
    i2 = 0
    For Each objMsg In objSelection
    i2 = i2 + 1
    Set objAttachments = objMsg.Attachments
    lngCount = objAttachments.Count
    strDeletedFiles = ""
    If lngCount > 0 Then
    For i = lngCount To 1 Step -1
    strFile = objAttachments.Item(i).FileName
    strFile = strFolderpath & CStr(i2) & "_" & strFile
    objAttachments.Item(i).SaveAsFile strFile
    'objAttachments.Item(i).Delete()
    If objMsg.BodyFormat <> olFormatHTML Then
    strDeletedFiles = strDeletedFiles & vbCrLf & "!>
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    Calpa · 1 years ago
    Works great! if files have different namnes, as stated in earlier comment, I know my files will have same name, can you adjust the code anyway so that it works with same name files? Maybe adding time stamp to the file name? or just digits 1, 2, 3 etc (But not digits after filetype code, eg. ".csv 1"...) Thanks alot!!
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      crystal · 1 years ago
      Hi Calpa,
      The code has been updated. For solving your problem, please apply the VBA code 1 in the tutorial.
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    Carl · 1 years ago
    First code worked well, but my attachments have exact same name, can I save all of them in some way? Thanks!
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      crystal · 1 years ago
      Hi Carl,
      The code has been updated. For solving your problem, please apply the VBA code 1 in the tutorial.
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    Adam · 1 years ago
    Is it possible to name the files based off the subject line. You know how you can edit the subject line from received emails i organize my emails by customer name and date. Can I have the script use the subject line as the file name?
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    Paul · 1 years ago
    You are a golden God. Thank you!
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    BB · 1 years ago
    OMG thank you!!!! The VBA code worked! Just saved me HOURS of work and saved my sanity!
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    Alan · 1 years ago
    VBA code works great but it doesn't check for duplicate filenames - just overwrites them. Can that be added?

    ALan
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      crystal · 1 years ago
      Hi Alan,
      The code I replied to you before has some problems. I have added new codes to the tutorial, and the problem you mentioned have been solved. Please have a look and try it. Thank you!
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    Mike · 1 years ago
    The VBA code worked GREAT! Thanks.
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    outlookuser · 1 years ago
    Thank you! really help me a lot!!
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    Priyanka · 1 years ago
    I have applied this VBA to few mails. How to undo this? I dont want those messages in all mails (The file(s) were saved to .....). Please help.
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      crystal · 1 years ago
      Hi Priyanka,
      The VBA code does not support Undo operation. Sorry for the inconvenience.
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    Hiep · 2 years ago
    Thank you. It saves me lots of time.
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    BG Davis · 2 years ago
    So I click the link "Kutools for outlook" and I'm directed to a page that is not that, but "Kutools - Combines More Than 300 Advanced Functions and Tools for Microsoft Excel."

    Nothing about Outlook. Waste of time.
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      crystal · 2 years ago
      Hi Davis,
      We created an incorrect hyperlink. Thanks for your reminder! And sorry for the inconvenience brought to you.
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    Brian · 4 years ago
    This is what the code is at now, and it does save all the attachments, but it only adds text to the first message. Can anyone help me with this?

    Public Sub SaveAttachments()
    'Update 20170523
    Dim objOL As Outlook.Application
    Dim objMsg As Outlook.MailItem
    Dim objAttachments As Outlook.Attachments
    Dim objSelection As Outlook.Selection
    Dim I As Long
    Dim lngCount As Long
    Dim strFile As String
    Dim strFolderpath As String
    Set objOL = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")
    Set objSelection = objOL.ActiveExplorer.Selection
    strFolderpath = "C:\Users\brianp\Documents\Attachments\"
    For Each objMsg In objSelection
    Set objAttachments = objMsg.Attachments
    lngCount = objAttachments.Count
    'Use this to test MsgBox "Subject = " & objMsg.Subject & " lngCount = " & objAttachments.Count
    If lngCount > 0 Then
    For I = lngCount To 1 Step -1
    strFile = objAttachments.Item(I).FileName
    strFile = strFolderpath & strFile
    objAttachments.Item(I).SaveAsFile strFile
    Next I
    End If
    If objMsg.BodyFormat olFormatHTML Then
    objMsg.Body = vbCrLf & "The Attached file(s) were saved to " & "" & strFile & "" & vbCrLf & objMsg.Body
    Else
    objMsg.HTMLBody = "" & "The Attached file(s) were saved to " & "" & strFile & "" & "" & objMsg.HTMLBody
    End If
    Next
    ExitSub:
    Set objAttachments = Nothing
    Set objMsg = Nothing
    Set objSelection = Nothing
    Set objOL = Nothing
    End Sub
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    Brian · 4 years ago
    I can get this to run but how and the objSelection.Count is 2 but it will only save the attachments on the first email.
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    Atron Seige · 4 years ago
    Thanks! This saved me a lot of time and frustration!
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    Josh Fernandez · 4 years ago
    Works great with no problems! Thanks. Saved me a bunch of time!

    Thanks,

    Josh
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    Sathish · 5 years ago
    How to remove the "The file(s) were saved to" which is showing below.....
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      mallary.webb · 6 months ago
      I just adjusted the code after "Next i" and it worked fine:
      Next i
      If xSaveFiles <> "" Then
      If xMailItem.BodyFormat <> olFormatHTML Then

      Else

      End If
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    debsdebsdebs · 6 years ago
    This worked great except for one problem. The attachments in my emails are all named the same thing, so when they copy over, the script keeps replacing the same file with the next attachment in the queue. Is there any way to make it rename them rather than rewrite them?

    Thanks!
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    tweazee · 7 years ago
    To sharon -- The below website fixes your issue.

    www_dot_outlook-tips_dot_net/code-samples/save-and-delete-attachments/

    It does NOT have the timestamp feature code that TXgardner provided above, so if you want that, you have to edit your code.
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    sharon · 7 years ago
    Hi..I tried everything on here but I keep getting Complile Error block if without end if. I made adjustments per Thomas' suggestions. Heres the code..what am I missing? Any help is appreciated.
    Public Sub SaveAttachments()
    'Update 20130828
    Dim objOL As Outlook.Application
    Dim objMsg As Outlook.MailItem
    Dim objAttachments As Outlook.Attachments
    Dim objSelection As Outlook.Selection
    Dim i As Long
    Dim lngCount As Long
    Dim strFile As String
    Dim strFolderpath As String
    Dim strDeletedFiles As String
    objOL = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")
    objSelection = objOL.ActiveExplorer.Selection
    strFolderpath = "C:\folder\Attachments\"
    For Each objMsg In objSelection
    objAttachments = objMsg.Attachments
    lngCount = objAttachments.Count
    strDeletedFiles = ""
    If lngCount > 0 Then
    For i = lngCount To 1 Step -1
    strFile = objAttachments.Item(i).FileName
    strFile = strFolderpath & strFile
    objAttachments.Item(i).SaveAsFile strFile
    DoEvents
    'objAttachments.Item(i).Delete()
    Next
    ExitSub:
    objAttachments = Nothing
    objMsg = Nothing
    Set objSelection = objOL.ActiveExplorer.Selection
    objOL = Nothing
    End Sub
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    TXgardener · 7 years ago
    Following on the suggestions above, I had daily system generated emails with attached 'report.txt' and needed to append the sent date to the saved file name in order to avoid overwrites and to distinguish files. Made the following adds in the appropriate places:
    add- Dim strSent As String
    add- strSent = Format(objMsg.SentOn, "yymmdd")
    add- strFile = strSent & strFile

    Saved files are now 140822Report.txt, etc.
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    Thomas · 7 years ago
    Thanks for sharing.

    I agree with Stephan on his first two points, see some clarification on his point 3. Finally, adding a DoEvents at the right place should allow you to process large number of emails (just run this code on 157 mails in Outlook 2013).

    Some additional thoughts:

    1)
    This works only if you use the Documents folder. For a more general case:
    delete line 12
    line 15 should read: strFolderpath = "C:\folder\otherfolder\"

    substitute [i]C:\folder\otherfolder\[/i] with whatever path you have.

    2)
    This code will not delete the attachments, if you want that just delete the leading ' from line 25.

    3)
    If you have big attachments, then probably it is a good idea (as Stephan noted) to put a DoEvents function after line 24.

    4)
    I personally do not want to modify the emails in any way (e.g. adding the file save path to the text of the mail), if you agree with me then you can delete line 26-39.

    5)
    If you skip my step 4, then you can allow the program to modify the emails by checking "Allow access for x time", then you have to click allow only once (c.f. step 6 above in the original).
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    Stephan · 7 years ago
    Some corrections:

    1. objMsg.Save 'without ()
    2. Objects must be assigned with SET (e. g. SET objSelection = objOL.ActiveExplorer.Selection)

    3. The main Loop should contain a DoEvents in order to prevent blankout by Outlook.

    4. When processing a lot of mails (more than 100), Outlook may Crash. It seems that there is a Memory leak somewhere.

    Just my 2 Cents.

    Apart from the bugs (probably due to Outlook 2013) this is really nice and working. Thanks a lot for sharing.
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    Alain · 7 years ago
    Same problem syntax error on objMsg.Save() ...
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    Valencia · 7 years ago
    When I try to run this I get syntax error on objMsg.Save() - expects =
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    Chris · 7 years ago
    When I try to run this I get syntax error on objMsg.Save() - expects =