Outlook 2003 remove attachment, save file name in message

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Ok, is there any way to save an attachment in Outlook 2003/2007 to a file share, and then have the file name of that attachment still in the original email. I used shortcuts and that works but very time consuming. Is there a marker of sorts that stays within the message after the attachment has been removed. Thanks.

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Carlos is right, sorry but what you are requesting is not possible.

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  • carlosdl
    If what you need is a feature that will make outlook to automatically put the path of the saved attachment in the body of the mail, I think that's not possible.
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  • Thee71
    Thanks Carlos for the quick reply. I worded my question poorly, let me explain further. what im looking for is the actual file name of the doc, xls, ppt, etc... within the body of the email in some form. and yes if it could happen automatically. Thanks.
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