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This article was published on January 15, 2015

Outlook.com now lets you save attachments to OneDrive

Outlook.com now lets you save attachments to OneDrive
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If you’re skipping Google and sticking with Microsoft’s bevy of Web-based communication and productivity tools, here’s a spot of good news: you can now save attachments that you receive in your Outlook.com inbox, directly to your OneDrive cloud storage.

Users can do so by clicking Save to OneDrive in the drop-down menu on attachments. Multiple files can also be saved at once, and everything goes into a new OneDrive folder labeled Email attachments, for easy retrieval.

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The new feature makes it easy to retrieve files via OneDrive’s Web and mobile apps, and is now live on Outlook.com.

Save your Outlook.com email attachments to OneDrive in one click [Office Blogs]