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How do I automatically save attachments in Thunderbird?

You could install [ FiltaQuilla], then create a [ filter] to automatically save or detach attachments to an external folder.

Where are Thunderbird email attachments stored?

Thunderbird stores the whole e-mail together, including the attachment, in MIME format in the mailbox files in your Profile folder – Thunderbird. It does not un-encode and store the attachment outside the mailbox file unless you save or detach it as described above.

How do I extract attachments from Thunderbird?

Chosen solution Once it’s installed, you can select all the e-mails from which you wish to download the attachments, right-click, and then click “Extract From Selected Messages To” > “(0) Browse”, and then pick the directory you want to save the attachments to.

How do I backup my Thunderbird settings?

Backing up a profile Shut down Thunderbird. Right-clickHold down the Ctrl key while you click on your profile folder (e.g. xxxxxxxx. default), and select Copy. Right-clickHold down the Ctrl key while you click the backup location (e.g. a USB-stick or a blank CD-RW disc), and select Paste .

How do I add addons to Thunderbird?

Installing Add-ons

  1. Select Tools > Add-ons.
  2. Type a keyword in the search bar to find an add-on or click Browse all add-ons.
  3. When you find the add-on that you want to install, click the Add to Thunderbird button.
  4. You’ll be prompted to install the add-on.
  5. Click Install Now.

How do I extract all attachments in Gmail?

How to download all attachments from a gmail thread

  1. Step 1: Open the email thread with attachments.
  2. Step 2: Click on the top menu and select “Forward All” and forward it to yourself.
  3. Step 3: Open the forwarded email and at the bottom, you should have an option to Download all.

How do I recover an email attachment that was saved?

Recover an Unsaved Word Document Stored as Mail Attachment

  1. Go to Internet Explorer.
  2. Go to Tools.
  3. Go to Internet Options.
  4. In the tab General go to Temporary files.
  5. Go to Settings.
  6. And choose View Files.
  7. Among your cookies there is the Word or Excel file (note that: they won’t have the same filename).

How do I view attachments in Thunderbird?

  1. You can quickly open an attachment by clicking the file name in the attachment summary bar to open the Thunderbird attachment actions dialog box.
  2. When your email message contains several attachments, the summary bar does not automatically display the names of each attachment.

How do I export emails from Thunderbird?

Mozilla Thunderbird: Exporting Emails

  1. Launch Thunderbird.
  2. Select your Inbox or another folder.
  3. Select the email you want to export. Or press CTRL+A to select all emails.
  4. Click the menu button to display the Thunderbird menu.
  5. Select Save as > File.
  6. Select the folder where the emails should be saved and click Save.

How do I backup my entire Thunderbird?

Manually Backup Thunderbird Emails

  1. Right-click the Thunderbird and select Send to > Compressed (zipped) folder.
  2. Wait a few minutes for your Thunderbird folder to be copied and compressed into a zip archive.
  3. Now you have Thunderbird completely backed up!

Is there a way to auto save attachments in Thunderbird?

The short answer is you do not. Thunderbird does not have that Eudora feature. You could install FiltaQuilla, then create a filter to automatically save or detach attachments to an external folder.

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Is there a way to delete an attachment in Thunderbird?

In Thunderbird 1.0x, there is no built-in means to detach or delete an attachment without deleting the entire message itself. You can try the Thunderbird Attachment Tools extension, however. Most e-mail programs use MIME to attach files to e-mails.

Is there a way to save all attachments at once?

Right-click on the attachment name or icon in the “Attachments” pane, at the bottom of the window, and choose “Save As…” (to save only the selected attachment) or “Save All…” (to save all attachments at once). In the dialog box that pops up, you can choose where on your computer you would like to save the attachments.