How to Download Attachments from Yahoo! Mail Directly to Dropbox?Tagged: Download Attachment From Yahoo Mail to Dropbox Download Dropbox Dropbox Dropbox Download Dropbox Signin Dropbox Signup Save to Dropbox Yahoo Dropbox Yahoo Mail Attachment to Dropbox YahooMail
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Day by day the Yahoo! Mail is getting upgraded with new features and one of the latest feature which have been introduced in Yahoo! Mail is, now we can download the attachments’ which we receive by mail directly to our Dropbox Account.
Save Attachments on Yahoo! Mail directly to your Dropbox Account for quick access of the file and for future reference, no need to search on your email is for that attachment save directly the attachment to your Dropbox and gets all your Yahoo! Mail Attachments at one place on your Dropbox Account.
Now lets start the process of knowing where to find this Save to Dropbox option in Yahoo! Mail.
Click on the mail which has attachment, after you open the mail you will be able to see the attachments on the top of the message box.
On every attachment you can see save button, click on that save button and than two option will be displayed in dropdown menu first will be Save to my computer and second Save to Dropbox.
Check out the below screenshot for your reference.
Click on Save to Dropbox after you click on Save to Dropbox a popup will appear saying click on OK on that, than a pop up window will appear telling you to sign in to Dropbox Account.
If you already have one Dropbox Account than you can sign in and if you don’t have one than you can sign up a New Dropbox Account.
Just Sign in with your Dropbox Credentials than its done now your attachment which you have selected to Save to Dropbox will be Downloaded to your Dropbox Account.
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