Customize Lotus Notes file name when saving email as EML file

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File servers
Lotus Notes
Lotus Notes 8.5.2
Lotus Notes administration
Is it possible with Lotus Notes 8.5.2 to customize the name of the EML file when you drag and drop an email on the file server?

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Lotus Notes 8.5.2

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It is possible to change the eml file name.

Following below steps:
1. Open Lotus Notes
2. Click on Mail
3. Drag the Mail to the Folder or Desktop.
4. Now you change the file name of whatever you like, but don’t change the .xml file extension
You can check these urls for more help:
http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21242327
http://www.notesiscool.net/save-mails-as-eml-files/
Hope it works for you.

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  • Amanda lakai
    To save an email as .eml file and customize its name:
    •     Open the document
    •     Go to File -> Save As.
    •     Give your desired/customized name to the file and in Save as type; choose the option to save the file in .eml (Lotus Notes Mail Message) format.and click enter.
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