Create a option for a "Saved emails" tab
They won't do this because it forces us to purchase the app just to backup our emails.
Hans VonNiederhausern commented
One can currently workaround this issue by following these steps: https://superuser.com/a/1305796/736703
This would be a great enhancement. Perhaps one could just drag the emails to a new tab to download them. The functionality already exists to add emails as an attachment.
Here is another duplicate request: https://outlook.uservoice.com/forums/313228--outlook-on-the-web-office-365/suggestions/20489260-downloading-emails-from-web-app
fatih dur commented
Susan Yates commented
Be able to save emails to a folder on my computer. Unless you already have this capability and I don't know it.
Kristen Guy commented
The "Download All" button should have a drop down menu which will allow you to save a copy of the entire email message as well. So the drop down would allow us to: "Download All Files & Save a Copy of Email".
Having this feature would help us when the internet goes down our office of 13 people can keep working since we've still got the email message from our clients to at least read as-well-as any documents and files that we were sent.
Thank you for having this suggestion box, so convenient and helpful to be able to give input this way!
Sherri Ellington commented
ALLOW PEOPLE TO SAVE THEIR EMAILS TO THEIR DESKTOPS AS A TEXT FILE!!!!!!!
Yes, I am yelling because, to copy parts of an email into a document for my work, I. Have. To. Do. It. One. Paragraph. At. A. Time.
This is not efficient or user friendly. Zero stars.
It would be great if we could save a copy of all our emails to our personal computers.
TYLER, Grayham (gtyle6) commented
I would like to have emails saved for at ;eave 12 months not 6. even through outlook on my desktop I use to be able to keep all emails, now even those emails automatically are removed after 6 months. very frustrating....
You guys have nailed it with this UI, just quietly.
Idea = Allow users to download an email from the web client.
Keep on truckin'