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  1. I would love to create a workflow to automate the following steps but I have no idea how to go about it and would love to get some help to find a basis to start from: 1) select email in mail.app 2) invoke Alfred 3) type keyword "email to desktop" 4) workflow creates new folder on desktop and rename folder to date of selected email in mail.app + mail subject line (format "2017-12-21 1045 subject line") 5) workflow prints selected email to pdf 6) workflow saves all email attachment files into the same folder RESULT: - one new folder on the desktop, named to the exact date of the original email and including the email as pdf and all email attachments - when selecting multiple emails, each email should result in their own individual folder so that bulk archival is possible I currently do all this manually for every single project related mail - it gets tiring :-( I have basic knowledge how to modify Alfred workflows. I have unfortunately no knowledge about Apple Script :-( In the past I have built myself many Automator Workflows but I cannot get anywhere with Automator regarding this it seems.
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