Sometimes you receive emails holding images in your MS Outlook account. These images are embedded within the email body. Many of you want to extract these images to save locally so that they can quickly access. As per the version of Ms Outlook, there are some differences in steps to extract images. Let see these steps.
In the older versions of MS Outlook, there is no way to save images. You may need to work on more than one option to find out the solution for it.
In the MS Outlook 2010 and other later versions, you can easily extract images if they attached as an attachment.
In case your email holds multiple images then you can choose the option "Save All Attachments" to save the entire images locally.
Here are some simple steps to save the email with all inline embedded image signature.
Choose the email you wish to save and then move the cursor to "File" menu, select Save As from the dropdown menu
In the selected location, a file with HTML Extension will save with one folder as you click on "Save"
It means the file is the email itself and all the images will be saved in that newly built folder.
These are safe methods to extract images from Outlook and save them locally. In case, there are several email messages holding images, you may face problem. At this point of time, taking help from a third app is a brilliant idea. Use Outlook Attachment Extractor which will allow you to extract entire images of Outlook.