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    Default Is there a way to download multiple attachments without getting stuffed into a .zip?

    It is very inefficient to have to either download one at a time or download and then unzip the files.
    Far too many dialog screens to wade through.

    Is there not a way to simply say 'Download All' and have them all be downloaded to a location?

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tgx View Post
    It is very inefficient to have to either download one at a time or download and then unzip the files.
    Far too many dialog screens to wade through.

    Is there not a way to simply say 'Download All' and have them all be downloaded to a location?

    Thanks.
    No, there isn't. Web browsers don't let you download multiple files with a single click.
    Downloading a single ZIP and getting the files that way is not that inefficient. It's a download, and a double-click, and you're in your files in most operating systems.
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