If you are one of the millions of people who uses the Mozilla Thunderbird email client, there may be times when you want to save an email message outside of Thunderbird as a separate file. This is easily done.
This article will show you two simple ways to save a Thunderbird email message as a .eml file that can be shared separately from your entire inbox. If you’re in a hurry, watch the short-cut video below.
Method 1: Simply drag the email message from the Thunderbird mail list to the Windows desktop. Thunderbird will create a .eml file on your desktop. The email’s subject line will become the name of the file.
Method 2: Right click on the email message in the Thunderbird maillist, and then choose “Save as” and enter a file name.
|Right click on Thunderbird email to “Save As” .Eml file.|
That’s how easy it is to save a Thunderbird email as a .eml file.
Managing Eml Files Outside of Thunderbird
If you have lots of .eml or .msg email files to manage, download a free trial of EmlViewer Pro. This Windows email viewer that lets you view, sort, search, print and convert Thunderbird .Eml files to PDF and other formats.
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