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Thanks Gene, I think I can save in html from thunderbird.
On 6/30/2021 3:50 PM, Gene wrote:
Text saves nothing but actual carachters such as letters
and nnumbers. I don’t know what options you have to save
messages in. Either save them as eml messages, which saves
the actual message or in a format like HTML. If you save in
eml format, when you press enter on the message name, it
will open in your e-mail program and it will be just as it
was when you read it originally in the program.
I don’t know if any e-mail programs let you save the
message in other formats, but if they do, and you save it as
an HTML file, it will open in the default browser.
Sent: Wednesday, June 30, 2021 3:40 PM
Subject: [TechTalk] saving a message so that
links remain links
This may seem like a basic question to most and maybe it is,
but if I
get an e-mail that I want to save in a way that the links in
remain links that I can access later on what format do I
need to save in?
Thanks, I just tried to save a message in txt format and
when I reopened
it after saving the links weren't there.