Instead of forwarding multiple emails individually, you can send them all at once as an attachment. With Gmail, you don’t even have to save the emails to your computer to do this – there’s a built-in option just for you.
This feature is not available in the Gmail mobile app and Gmail in mobile browsers.
Forward an email as an attachment
First, open your web browser on your Windows 1
After you have selected all the emails you want to send as attachments, click on the “More” icon, which appears as three vertical dots.
In the drop-down menu that appears, click on ‘Forward as attachment’.
The “New Message” window will now appear with the previously selected emails as attachments as EML files.
Compose the email by (1) adding the recipient, (2) giving the email a subject, and (3) typing your message in the body.
When you are done, click the “Submit” button.
The email with the attached emails will now be sent to the recipient.
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Reply to an email with emails as attachments
Instead of composing an email from scratch, you can also reply to emails with other emails as attachments.
First, open the email you want to reply to by clicking on it in the left pane, then select ‘Reply’ at the bottom of the email.
A text box will appear where you can type your reply to the email. Type your reply and drag the email you want to send as an attachment from the left pane to the body of your reply.
The e-mail is now attached as an EML file. You can add as many emails as you want to your reply by repeating this drag and drop method.
When you are ready to send your response, click ‘Send’.
The reply with the attached email will now be sent to the recipient.