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Multiple files "Quicklook" & save multiple attachments by drag&drop

I can select multiple attachments, but I only can't preview them altogether. It would also be nice to drag&drop multiple attachments to the desktop (for example)

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      • Silvan commented  · 

        And its not possible to drag&drop multiple files into a new email. Only the first file will be attached

      • Navin Dhaka commented  · 

        this is a must have feature. can't believe this got overlooked

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        gotta have this feature - deal breaker for us...

      • Chris commented  · 

        Multiple files Quicklook.

        If I receive an email with multiple images attached, I need to be able to cycle through them in Quicklook (preferably with arrow keys), not: Click image, engage Quicklook, exit Quicklook, click next image, engage Quicklook, etc...

      • Elwin commented  · 

        any comment on this one? last may is over 8 months ago and still not fixed?!

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        This is a dealbreaker for this otherwise great app. I can't believe they made this mistake. I just want to save all my attachments in any folder I want. And I don't want to drag anything. I want to click and have the save file window pop up.

      • Raffaele Caré commented  · 

        I can't believe there is a program on any computer in this day and age that doesn't allow you to select multiple attachments via selection drag box, and bring them to another location... I honestly thought this was a bug, but apparently it's just a feature that hasn't been implemented? Please fix this.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Drag & drop attachments is a must have!

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