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Old 02-01-2012, 03:25 AM
MichaelWaite MichaelWaite is offline Saving Emails to my Local Hard Drive Windows 7 64bit Saving Emails to my Local Hard Drive Office 2010 64bit
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When saving emails to my local hard drive using Outlook 10 each time I save as, I have to dig down from desktop to the file I wish to save to - in previous versions outlook remembered the last folder I was using and automatically opened it - this saved a great deal of time. Does anyone know of the setting I need to chane to allow this? Is it possible?



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Old 02-08-2012, 06:53 AM
holland holland is offline Saving Emails to my Local Hard Drive Windows XP Saving Emails to my Local Hard Drive Office 2007
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Not the answer to your question, but you can also select all emails in a folder in outlook and drag them to an open folder in Windows Explorer. Outlook will copy/paste them to there for you.
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