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08-Jul-2008, 11:58 AM #1
downloading inline images (gmail)
Hello all,

From time to time I get an email from people that has multiple images embedded in the email (not as attachments).

Does anyone know of a simple way to download all those images as once to keep from having to a right click and save as for every single image?

I am running Firefox 3.0 and generally use Gmail.

Thanks
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08-Jul-2008, 12:11 PM #2
While those are embedded, they are still individual files - just like if you want
multiple pictures from a website - you have to get them one at a time.

I would say the easiest/best way is to POP3 gmail. When the emails are on
your hard drive and you use Windows Mail or Outlook Express you have
many options available that are not available on websites. Since you use
Firefox, you might prefer to use Thunderbird for a client.

Using a client does not prevent you from still going to the website if you
want. You can find copies of all your emails sitting in the sent items
folder at gmail - unless you deleted them.
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08-Jul-2008, 12:21 PM #3
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While those are embedded, they are still individual files - just like if you want
multiple pictures from a website - you have to get them one at a time.

I would say the easiest/best way is to POP3 gmail. When the emails are on
your hard drive and you use Windows Mail or Outlook Express you have
many options available that are not available on websites. Since you use
Firefox, you might prefer to use Thunderbird for a client.

Using a client does not prevent you from still going to the website if you
want. You can find copies of all your emails sitting in the sent items
folder at gmail - unless you deleted them.
Thanks. I have TB installed and my Gmail acount setup for IMAP so I'll give that a try.

Regards,
David
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