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    How to attach several Outlook e-mails to a MASTER e-mail?

    Hello,

    How can we attach several Outlook e-mails to what we call a "MASTER e-mail " in which we instruct a newly contracted lawyer to defend us on a lawsuit moved by our previous lawyer?
    I'm using Outlook 2010, and our OS is Win7 Home Premium (32 bits).

    We will be thankful for what you can help us on this matter.

    Flores
    Both me and my Windows edition speak brazilian portuguese.

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    Just multi-select (CTRL+click) the emails you wish to include then right click and select "Forward".

    Joe

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    Quote Originally Posted by amflores View Post
    Hello,

    How can we attach several Outlook e-mails to what we call a "MASTER e-mail " in which we instruct a newly contracted lawyer to defend us on a lawsuit moved by our previous lawyer?
    I'm using Outlook 2010, and our OS is Win7 Home Premium (32 bits).

    We will be thankful for what you can help us on this matter.

    Flores
    Please don't take this wrong:
    But if you really need to automate that you have worse problems than "Outlook". ;-)
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    If you save each email as a PST file, you can then attach all of the PST files to a master email.

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    Please don't take this wrong:But if you really need to automate that, you have worse problems than "Outlook". ;-)
    ???? Who said I don't?

    Thanks for your "help"

    Flores
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    Just multi-select (CTRL+click) the emails you wish to include then right click and select "Forward".
    Hello Joe,

    Always helpful. Thanks

    I'm getting old :-)

    Regards,
    Flores
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    .................If you save each email as a PST file, you can then attach all of the PST files to a master email.
    Hello Jim,
    Didn't know about that, and don't know how to do it.
    I have all e-mails of my account in just one single big .pst file.
    Many thanks,
    Regards,
    Flores
    Both me and my Windows edition speak brazilian portuguese.

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    PST may be the wrong terminology for the individual emails.

    Here's how to save an email in Outlook 2007:
    * Create a folder on your hard drive or on a network drive for saving the desired emails.
    * Double click on an email, to open it.
    * At the top left of the new window, click the Orb, then Save As, then Save As
    * Browse to the folder that you created in step 1; choose "Outlook Message Format" as the type; give the email a name; click Save.

    Do these steps for each email that you want to include. Then open a new email, and attach all of the items in the folder you created.

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    I would just open up a new Email sizable Window and then make Outlook a sizable Window.

    Now all you need to do is drag and drop the desired emails unto the new email window and they will be added as attachments with the original subject headers as file names.

    Jerry

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwitalka View Post
    I would just open up a new Email sizable Window and then make Outlook a sizable Window.

    Now all you need to do is drag and drop the desired emails unto the new email window and they will be added as attachments with the original subject headers as file names.

    Jerry
    That would be the easy way to do it!

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    If you simply want to include (attach) emails, previously received, to a new message (master), create a new email message then whilst in the Message tab, click the Attach Item tab in the ‘Include’ Group.
    Then click Outlook Item to navigate to the folder that contains the message(s) that you want to include.
    Once located, you can either opt to insert as text or as an attachment.


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    Hello Moonshine,

    Sorry for the delay on replying to your help, a very good help!
    Don't know why, but I didn't receive the e-mail about help.

    Cheers,
    Flores
    Both me and my Windows edition speak brazilian portuguese.

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