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Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Save Email Message

Sending messages via email is one way that you can use to communicate with others, either for personal or business purposes. To meet that need, the Samsung Galaxy SIII have included the stock Email app inside it so you can directly use this app without having to install it first by yourself. With this app you can either send or receive email messages.

See also: How to Read Email on Samsung Galaxy S3

When you read an email message with this app, you can also utilize some option available there, such as reply, forward or delete the email message. In addition, you can also save the email that you want for further use.

How to save email message?
Below are the steps below:
  1. Open Email app.
  2. If you have more than one account, select the desired email account by tapping the Email account name in the right side of the Email icon, and then in the drop down menu tap the desired email account.
  3. Tap the required email messages you wish to save.
  4. Tap the Menu key then select Save email.
  5. The selected email message will be saved as .eml files in the sdCard/Saved Email/youremail.eml

Later, you can view all saved email directly through My files app or another File Manager app without having to launch Email app anymore. So, hope this helps :)


  1. Why Sometimes the app E-mail doesn't save the attachments but only the email? How can i save the entire email?

    1. Hi Rudy B,
      Thanks for coming.
      From what I know, the save email option only save the message(the attachments are excluded). So, if you want to save the attachment you have to download it first. There may be an app that will let you save the entire email. Sadly to say that I can't suggest any app since I've tried searching the app in the Play Store but found nothing.


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