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Hoe kopieer of bewaar ik alle inline / ingesloten afbeeldingen vanuit één e-mail in Outlook?

Stel dat u een e-mail heeft ontvangen met meerdere inline of ingesloten afbeeldingen in Outlook, en nu wilt u ze opslaan, eenvoudige oplossingen? Dit artikel introduceert twee trucmanieren om eenvoudig alle inline afbeeldingen in bulk te kopiëren of op te slaan vanuit een e-mail naar uw map met harde lullen.


Kopieer of bewaar één inline / ingesloten afbeelding vanuit één e-mail in Outlook

Eigenlijk kunt u een inline / ingesloten afbeelding vanuit een e-mail in Outlook kopiëren of opslaan op uw harde schijf met die van Outlook Opslaan als afbeelding kenmerk.

1. Ga naar de E-mailadres bekijken, opent u de e-mailmap met de opgegeven e-mail met inline afbeeldingen en klikt u op de e-mail om deze in het leesvenster te openen.

2. Klik met de rechtermuisknop op de inline afbeelding die u wilt opslaan en selecteer Opslaan als afbeelding vanuit het rechtsklikmenu. Zie screenshot:

3. Open in het openingsdialoogvenster Bestand opslaan de doelmap waarin u de inline-afbeelding wilt opslaan, typ een naam voor de inline-afbeelding in de Bestandsnaam in en klik op de Bespaar knop. Zie screenshot:

Tot nu toe is de opgegeven inline-afbeelding opgeslagen vanuit de Outlook-e-mail naar de doelmap.

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Kopieer of bewaar alle inline / ingesloten afbeeldingen vanuit één e-mail in Outlook

Het kan vervelend en tijdrovend zijn om meerdere inline afbeeldingen op te slaan met de Opslaan als afbeelding voorzien zijn van. Is er een manier om alle inline / ingesloten afbeeldingen bulksgewijs van één e-mail in Outlook naar de harde schijf te kopiëren of op te slaan? Ja, probeer onderstaande methode:

1. Ga naar de E-mailadres bekijken, opent u de e-mailmap met de opgegeven e-mail met inline afbeeldingen en selecteert u deze vervolgens in de e-maillijst.

2. Klik alstublieft Dien in > Opslaan als.

3. Ga als volgt te werk in het dialoogvenster Opslaan als (zie onderstaande schermafbeelding): (1) Open de bestemmingsmap waarin u de inline afbeeldingen wilt opslaan; (2) Typ een naam zoals je nodig hebt in het Bestandsnaam doos; (3) Kies de HTML van de Opslaan als type keuzelijst; (4) Klik op de Bespaar knop.

Tot nu toe heb je alle inline afbeeldingen bulksgewijs opgeslagen in de opgegeven e-mail. Zie screenshot:

Opmerking:: Alle inline afbeeldingen worden opgeslagen in de submap met de naam die u in stap 3 van de doelmap hebt getypt.

4. Sluit het berichtvenster.


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    Mo · 4 months ago
    Thank you so so much for this. My days of painfully saving each individual image are over!!
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    grateful user · 6 months ago
    Thank you! Easy and perfect solution.

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    Cory · 8 months ago
    Is there a way to save all inline pictures at once as separate jpeg files?
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      JJJ · 1 months ago
      the instructions above detail this exact scenario. You need to save it as an HTML file and it'll dump a folder in the same location with all the images in it
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    Aaron Pasqual · 10 months ago
    This has increased my productivity several fold, thank you for the tips. Some clients often send me e-mails with inline photos, possibly because their mobile outlook program does this, and I used to right-click and save them individually since it didn't happen that often.
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    Troy Jager · 11 months ago
    I can save via the html option but it looses all picture information mainly the title that i save it as onsite, how can i save them and keep information with the photos?
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    Denise · 1 years ago
    I am trying top insert and embedded image into my email signature. I have tried these options you give but only the image comes through...not the embedded link. How do I make this happen?
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    bob · 1 years ago
    There is a brilliant typo at the end of the second sentance
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      mark · 11 months ago
      Lol. Someone enjoys email a little too much :)
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    Mary · 1 years ago
    Right-click on the inline photo shows all options as greyed out and no options are to save the photo. Outlook 2016 desktop.
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      kellytte · 1 years ago
      Hi Mary,
      The Outlook 2016 desktop program change the save/download rule. You need to click to select the inline picture firstly, right click, and then select Save as Picture from the context menu.
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        Keith · 2 months ago
        How do you change the save/download rule? The only rules that Outlook appears to acknowledge are those related to directing incoming emails.
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    Medena · 2 years ago
    Omg, thank you a million times
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    julie · 2 years ago
    how do you print inline images within emails, without saving inline image?
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      kellytte · 2 years ago
      Hi julie,
      There is no built-in function to print inline images in Outlook. However, there is a workaround to print these inline pictures only.
      1. Select the email, and click Home > Reply to reply this email.
      2. Now in the reply window, remove all information excluding the inline images, including text in the message body, to, cc, bcc, subject, attachments, etc.,
      3. Still in the reply window, click File > Print.
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    TamaraKay · 2 years ago
    Oh my GOD! You are the hero we all need.
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    Stefan · 2 years ago
    There is a mentionable difference between the two methods:
    - "Save as picture" will create a new file, even if you select the format (e.g. .jpg) of the original file. I.e. the picture will be compressed again with Outlook's default settings.
    - If the mail is saved in HTML-format, the picture files will only be renamed (i think so, at least, because their "size on disk" is identical to the original files) and therefore not suffer from degradation.
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    Jewel · 2 years ago
    Thank you so much....you just saved me a lot of time and aggravation!
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    Rob · 2 years ago
    Awesome! Thank you. Just saved me so much time.
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    Thank you001 · 2 years ago
    Sweet! Thank you!!
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    Lucas Brunelle · 2 years ago
    Huge time saver - Thanx
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    Martina · 2 years ago
    Super hilfreich! Der html-Trick hat mich gerettet....
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    Meesum · 2 years ago
    Thank you!!!
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    Matt · 2 years ago
    Amazing when you find something new. Thanks guys.
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    Edward · 2 years ago
    Like everyone else, thank you very much! The html trick is a glorious time saver!
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    tony · 2 years ago
    Listen: I need you to understand how massively helpful this was - at 1am with a deadline due the next day and the prospect of extracting just under a hundred images I thought I might have to write a macro but on a throwaway google search I found your tutorial.
    Thank you for saving I don't know how much of my time. I will recommend this suite to my boss and see if I can get it for our company.
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    Paul · 2 years ago
    OMG!!! Thank you... just saved me an hours work.... why didn't I google this weeks ago....hahahahaaaaaaaaaa
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    Chris · 2 years ago
    I had an email with 30+ embedded images and you just made life much easier with the HTML method! Thanks!
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    Anthony · 3 years ago
    Saving message as an html file - very clever solution for saving multiple inline images at once! Thanks for the tip.
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    Anna · 3 years ago
    OMG!! this is AMAZING! I'm so grateful to you now. So much time and frustration will be saved.
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    Kimber · 3 years ago
    This saved so much time for me! Lifesaver!!!
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    osher · 3 years ago
    thak you it works
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    tejas · 3 years ago
    Thanks saved a lot of time
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    Jack · 3 years ago
    Excellent tip. A real time saver, thanks.
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    Cheryl · 3 years ago
    THANK YOU so much! This is going to save me eons of time!
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    Sara S. H. · 3 years ago
    "Copy or save all inline/embedded images from one email in Outlook" very helpful, thank you! Was getting very frustrated saving each one individually, your method really saves time!
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    Val · 4 years ago
    RE: Copy or save all inline/embedded images from one email in Outlook;

    It says "2. Please click File > Save As." Where? How? Help!
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      kelly.extendoffice@gmail.com · 4 years ago
      Which version of Outlook are you using? In Outlook desktop program, you can get it as below screenshot shown: