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Google has added a new feature that will allow you to add an email to other emails without having to download them. The feature is currently rolling out and should be available to all users in the next few days. You do not have to do anything to activate this feature.

The attached email will be shared as an .eml file. When the recipient clicks on the .eml file, it will open in a new window. There are no restrictions on the number of emails that can be attached and you can attach as many emails as you want.

Resend an email

If you only need to share one email in your inbox, forwarding it might be the best option. Gmail’s Forward option allows you to add a selected email to the end of a new message. You can forward emails from Gmail to your inbox or the ones you have sent.

Open an email to forward it in Gmail. Click on the ‘Forward’ option at the bottom of the email.

Enter an email address to send the forwarded email, enter a text about the forwarded email and press the Send button.

Copy and paste emails

Alternatively, you can copy and paste other emails into an email to attach without any files. You can do this by selecting the text in an email with the cursor and pressing the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + C (Cmd + C on a Mac). Click Compose and press Ctrl + V (Cmd + V on a Mac) to paste the copied message into the text editor.

Attach an email PDF to a Gmail email

However, forwarding or copying and pasting messages may not be ideal if you need to send a lot of emails in your inbox. Instead, you can send multiple emails in your inbox to another recipient by attaching actual email files to Gmail messages. To do that, you need to save the emails as PDF files; But Gmail doesn’t include any obvious option to download messages as PDF.

A Google Drive account is ideal for sending PDF files through Gmail, which you can set up on this page. Then you can save Gmail emails to Google Drive as PDF files. But you can also save the email on your local machine. Note that we are using a Mac for this, but your Windows PC will only vary slightly.

Attach an email with a Mac or PC

First, open the email to save it to Google Drive in Gmail. Click on the printer icon in the upper right corner.

That will open the print preview window shown directly below. Click on ‘More Settings’.

You will then need to scroll down a bit and click on ‘Open PDF in Preview’. If you are using a Windows computer to perform this task, you will probably see another destination for your PDF. But don’t worry, you can still save the PDF to your system and send it using Gmail.

A new window will open with your email. Now, click on the share icon (on both Mac and Windows) to send the message by email or you can save it. If you choose to send the message by email, it will be sent from your system’s default email client.

If you choose to save the email on your system (File> Save> Choose Location), you can attach the PDF like any other file using Gmail on the website or app. This method works for both PC and Mac users.

Now, open Gmail and click on “Compose”.

Then attach your file by clicking the clip icon at the bottom, go to the location of your saved email, and click “Send.” Of course, you will also need to fill in the recipient, add a subject, and add any text you may need.

Attach a PDF with Google Drive

As mentioned above, attaching an email with Google Drive is pretty simple. This is a two-step process, but we promise you it’s really simple.

Save your email to Google Drive

The easiest way to save a Gmail to your Google Drive is with this Chrome extension. Install the extension and log into your Gmail account.

Open the email you want to send and click on the puzzle piece icon in the upper right corner. Then, click on the Google Drive extension. This will automatically save your email to your Google Drive.

Send your email from Google Drive

Press the Compose button in Gmail to open the New Message text editor. Click Insert Files with the Drive button to open the window shown directly below. Select a Gmail email PDF to attach from there and hit the Insert button.

You should see the Gmail PDF attached at the top of the new email, as shown directly below. Click on that attachment to open a PDF preview in Google Chrome. You can remove the attachments by clicking their X icons.

Attach emails with the Gmail mobile app

Of course, it is easier to just forward an email from the mobile app, but if you want to use the PDF to email method described above, it is also very simple.

Open the email you want to save, then send it and click the three vertical dots in the body of the email.

Then click “Print”.

At the top, select the drop-down arrow next to the destination. Select the PDF option, then select the location where you want to save the file.

Finally, create a new email and fill in the necessary fields. Then click on the clip icon to attach your file. Choose the location where you saved it, click on the file, then click ‘Submit’.

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James Hogan
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