Hi. I hope this helps. I have both El Capitan and High Sierra 
computers. El Capitan seems to still work as expected. When I save attachments 
I go to File then down to save attachment. Then a dialog box pops up allowing 
me to choose where to save.

In High Sierra what appears to happen is that when I click on the menu to save 
an attachment a finder window comes up rather than a dialog box. I then have to 
navigate through the finder windows to pick the folder I want to save in. 
Although voice over does not tell me, I then clicked on enter/return and I 
could then see the attachment in that folder. 

I usually do it this way as I am not much good at selecting within the email 
and then right clicking.

I could be wrong, but try the above workflow and see what happens.

HTH, Ian
> On 6 Apr 2018, at 15:25, Jonathan Cohn <jon.c.c...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> Sorry, not running with HS here at work, but with EC but there is a menu 
> available either right after the DELETE / REPLY / Reply All / Forward or else 
> as the very last item in the Header section of the e-mail message. It is a 
> button menu with the name as the number of attachments in the mail message.
> 
> Also, at least in 10.3 and earlier, attached documents that are in mail 
> messages were stored in ~/Library/Mail Downloads  now when I look through 
> ~/Library/Mail/v3  there is a folder for each mail account with a 
> folderName.mobx folder under that folder and then a folder with each message 
> inside of that which does have downloaded attachments in it. Though I would 
> expect that only pdf and inline graphics would be in that folder by default 
> and that other attachments might be only stored on the server until 
> requested. Again, I am viewing on my El Capitan system so some information 
> might have changed. 
> 
>> On Apr 6, 2018, at 9:41 AM, Alex Hall <mehg...@icloud.com> wrote:
>> 
>> It sounds like VO isn't focused on the attachment. Also, remember that 
>> attachments may not appear at the end of messages. Some mail clients, 
>> including the default ones on macOS and iOS, will embed attachments wherever 
>> the author wants them.
>> 
>> Because of this, and because of the focus you're running into, I tend to use 
>> the file menu instead. If you go to that menu while on a message, there's an 
>> option to save attachments. Select this, choose a folder as you would for 
>> saving a file in any other app, and you're done. This menu item has no 
>> keyboard shortcut, but you can assign one if you want to.
>> 
>> Sent from my iPhone
>> 
>>> On Apr 6, 2018, at 09:25, aliFaisal <faisal.a...@icloud.com> wrote:
>>> 
>>> Hello everyone,
>>> I am having  lot of issues being able to open or save attachments on the 
>>> latest build of hi sera. Normally what I’ve been doing is going to the 
>>> bottom of the message, option ctrl m on the attachment and it will allow me 
>>> to open or save it that way. However, lately, the only options I am seeing 
>>> when manipulating attachments is copy and speech sub menu. There does not 
>>> appear to be a way for me to open or save it.
>>> Am I missing anything?,
>>> 
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