Using Windows Mail, you can send documents, images, and other files as attachments to your e‑mail messages. Messages that contain attachments are indicated by a paperclip icon in the Attachment column of the message list.
You can open attachments directly from Windows Mail, or you can save them to a folder on your computer so you can easily access them later without needing to locate the message they were attached to.
Open Windows Mail by clicking the Start button , clicking All Programs, and then clicking Windows Mail.
Open a message that contains an attachment by double-clicking it in the message list.
At the top of the message window, double-click the file attachment icon in the message header.
In the message window, click the File menu, and then click Save Attachments.
Select the folder where you want to save the attachments.
By default, Windows Mail saves attachments in your Documents folder. If you want to save the attachments to a different folder, click Browse, and then select a folder.
Select the attachments that you want to save, and then click Save.
Although Windows Mail blocks known dangerous file types, you should still use caution when opening attachments. To learn more about handling attachments safely, see Avoiding e‑mail viruses.