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how to send a thread of emails as a file attachment to another email address

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how to send a thread of emails as a file attachment to another email address

I gave a deposition last week and they (defence) are wanting my email communications related to the case sent to them.  I have moved all of the emails to a separate file folder but I do not know how to either copy or send the thread to a drop box or another email address as an attached file.  Help is appreciated.

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Re: how to send a thread of emails as a file attachment to another email address

My best guess------you would need to enable the account in a desktop email client like Thunderbird or Outlook or Mac Mail.  Then move the emails to a local folder in that client.  I use Mac Mail, and I have the ability to select all the emails in a folder and then forward them as an attachment.  In just the webmail I don't think there is any way to do what you are describing other than just forwarding each email.




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