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Emailing Attachments directly to Dropbox

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Emailing Attachments directly to Dropbox

I am having trouble finding my email address to be able to email attachments directly into my Dropbox business account. Is this possible or is it limited to non-business accounts?

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Re: Emailing Attachments directly to Dropbox


@JTMoorCRC wrote:
All I want to accomplish is forward emails with attachments to a dedicated folder within Dropbox and it only save the attachments to the Dropbox folder.

Dropbox has no such feature. You'll need to use a third-party service to accomplish that, such as Send to Dropbox.


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Re: Emailing Attachments directly to Dropbox

Hey there @JTMoorCRC - sorry for the tardy response. Are you still having issues with this? 

 

Could you please share more info on what exactly you'd like to accomplish? 




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Re: Emailing Attachments directly to Dropbox

Yes, I am still having issues. I ended up using a Zapier integration for now but it still does not pull the Files in its original format. Zapier picks up logos in peoples signatures and then creates a zip file, which is not preferred. All I want to accomplish is forward emails with attachments to a dedicated folder within Dropbox and it only save the attachments to the Dropbox folder.

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Re: Emailing Attachments directly to Dropbox


@JTMoorCRC wrote:
All I want to accomplish is forward emails with attachments to a dedicated folder within Dropbox and it only save the attachments to the Dropbox folder.

Dropbox has no such feature. You'll need to use a third-party service to accomplish that, such as Send to Dropbox.


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