[MlMt] Save Attachments… – Exclude smallest files

Zvi Biener zvistrash at gmail.com
Sat Feb 25 11:07:43 EST 2023

A suggestion for a workaround: If you always save these files to the 
same folder (or subfolders of the same folder), you can create a 
workaround by using Hazel, which will watch folders for files that meet 
whatever conditions you specify. MM can save all attachments, and then 
Hazel will remove files smaller than x (or whatever condition you like). 
(You can create this using other methods too, but Hazel is very easy, 
robust, and flexible).


On 25 Feb 2023, at 6:21, Thomas Eckhold wrote:

> A function I use regularly is the possibility to save all attachments 
> of a message externally in one step (Com-Opt-Shift-A). However, this 
> really saves all attachments, including the smallest graphics (mostly 
> company logos) and encryption signatures.
> Is there a way to exclude or limit these? Perhaps also in relation to 
> certain file types, maybe determined by suffix or by size, such as 
> <10kb, since logos and signatures typically only have a few KB?
> Ideally, there should be an extended short cut (e.g. 
> Com-Opt-Ctrl-Shift-A), where you can define which attachments are to 
> be omitted.
> If this possibility does not yet exist, then I kindly ask Benny to 
> understand this as a feature request.
> Thanks
> Thomas
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