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Store your important email attachments on OneDrive for Business

Last year we introduced new simple ways to share files through email in the Outlook Web App (OWA). This makes it really easy to share a file from your OneDrive for Business with one or more others simply by composing an email in OWA and “attaching” a link to the file(s) you want to share.

Today we’re introducing another email productivity feature in OWA, the ability to save any files you receive as email attachments to OneDrive for Business. Everyone gets email and everyone gets attachments. Keeping track of these files has been difficult – until today. Now with one click or touch you can keep the email attachments you receive in the cloud and access them from any of your devices.


This is yet another way we’re bringing OneDrive for Business seamlessly into standard Office 365 experiences such as email. For all the details check them out here.

Reuben Krippner

Director, Product Management, OneDrive

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