How to Save Email As a Word Document
Saving important emails is a practice you should get into the habit of doing. Even if the message is stored on a secure server, it's never a bad idea to create another backup, just in case. You never know if the server crashes or if you'll lose connectivity to it -- if the information is important enough, save it. Word documents are almost universal in a business environment; if you save emails as a Word document, you'll be able to send them to anyone.
Open your email client.
Open or click the email message you'd like to save.
Open the "File" menu and select "Save As." If you're using a Mac based email client, the "Save As" option may be located under the program's menu (it has the same name as the email client.)
Type in the name you want for the saved file.
Click the drop-down menu and select "*.doc" as the file extension for your file. If you do not see this option, select "*.*" or "All files." Append ".doc" to the file name and click "Save."