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Drag and Drop from Open Attach

Hazel Rees


Hi All,


When using Open Attach, it's very easy to drag and drop an email over from Outlook into Open Attach but it doesn't work the other way around i.e Drag and drop a document FROM Open Attach into an email and, as far as I know, you can't copy and then paste it.  I know you could send docs to Open print manager and then construct email from there but it would be great if the drag and drop facility worked both ways.  Does anybody know if there are any plans on this?



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Hi Hazel - hope you are well


I can't check in full right now - so perhaps someone else can provide a better answer - however ....


I do know that if you re-print the document to OPM (as you mentioned) then you are able to "copy" the file and paste to any application. You don't have to "construct" an email from there - just highlight the file, click copy and then it's ready to paste in to a new email.


There are more elegant solutions using additional tools from OGI - but the above should work fine


Hope this helps!

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