If you use Outlook as your e-mail program, here is some useful information for saving a single e-mail as a file on your computer. The methods are two, the first (for the more skilled with the mouse) shows how “drag'n'drop” an e-mail “out” of the mailbox, directly in the Desktop of your PC/SERVER, the second is the ““Save as...”.
Method ❶ “Drag'n'Drop” “Grab” the suspicious email and drag it to the Desktop
Once the email is located:
“grab it” holding down the left mouse button over
drag it outside Outlook and then release the button
The file will be created with the name of the subject of the e-mail dragged.
Method ❷ “SAVE AS ...” Follow 6 simple steps to save your mail
Locate and open the suspicious email by double clicking
select the “File” menu
from the next screen select (from the left menu) the “Save as”
select then the destination of the file
select and/or confirm the name that will have the email in file format .msg
at the end confirm with “Save”
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