How do I save an email message?

This will show you how to save an email as a draft or as a file on your computer.

Unless you delete them, your email will always be stored in your mailbox – however, sometimes you might want to save a copy of an email. There are two ways to save a copy of an email on our webmail client. As a draft (for when you are still writing the email) and to your computer (when you have sent or received an email and would like to keep a copy of it outside of your mailbox).

Save to my drafts

Step 1 of 3

Login to the 123-mail webmail.

Step 2 of 3

While writing your email, simply click the Save button at the bottom of the window.

Step 3 of 3

When you want to return to your message, simply click on the drafts folder from your Inbox. This will reopen it so that you can continue writing.

Save to my computer

Step 1 of 2

Log into the 123 Reg Webmail platform.

This can be done by going to our website and selecting “Webmail” on the top-right side of the page

Select 'Webmail'

To log in, use your email address and password

Login to 123 Reg Webmail

Step 2 of 2

Select the emails you wish to save.

2.1 For individual emails
To save an individual email, simply click on the email in question, highlighting it.

Select the email

To save the highlighted email, click on the button for more options, highlighted in red and then “Save as file”.

Select 'Save as file'

2.2 For multiple emails
To save multiple emails, you can highlight each email that you want to have saved.

You can do this by holding down the CTRL button on your keyboard and clicking on each email.

Once selected, you can save these emails by clicking on the “more options” button that is highlighted in red and then choose “Save as file”.

Select multiple emails

You will also have confirmation of how many emails are selected on the right side of the screen.

To select all the emails that are currently loaded on this page, you can hold down the CTRL button on your keyboard and tap the A button on your keyboard.

Do keep in mind that not all of your emails are loaded at one time on the Webmail platform, so to achieve this, you can scroll down in the folder in question to load more emails.