Save it as a .msg file. If you save it as htm or html, it will open with
your browser, if you save it as a msg, it will be a single file and open
with Outlook. Whenever I saved html files in XP, either from email or the
web, subfolders with content were always created. This is not a product of
Vista, rather your email client.
"Peter M" <PeterM@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> I am using Vista Home Basic and Office 2007. I save my emails to specific
> files withing the documents section. For example, all correspondence with
> Company ABC would be in the folder c:/ (user)/documents/ABC
> When I save emails in the htm format another folder is created. It seems
> that these unwanted folders will hold things like XML documents such as
> "color scheme" or filelist.xml.
> I really do not want these excess folders. They were not created when I
> using MS XP Prof and Outlook 2003. What do I need to change to stop the
> unwanted folder creation?