Can I have access of my photos stored in one drive by rclone? <Solved>

When I access my One Drive by web browser, I can see my photos/videos in the followed link: However, I would like to download/move them from Microsoft One Drive to my computer. I can access all of my files stored in One Drive by rclone, excepted my photos/videos, because I could not find out where they are. So, I would like to know if someone could help me to do this.
I am using rclone v1.53.3-DEV (- os/arch: linux/amd64; - go version: go1.15.9), that is the version available in Debian bullseye repository. To configure rclone I followed the procedure decribed here (Use Microsoft OneDrive in Linux With Rclone Open-Source Tool) without problem.
Therefore I wonder if is it possible to download/move photos/videos from One Drive to my computer using rclone.

hello and welcome to the forum,
i do not know the answer to your question but that version of rclone is years old.

please update to lastest stable and test again.

Thank you. I just have updated the rclone to the last version (rclone v1.62.2 - os/version: debian 11.6 (64 bit); - os/kernel: 5.10.0-21-amd64 (x86_64); - os/type: linux; - os/arch: amd64; - go/version: go1.20.2; - go/linking: static; - go/tags: none) but the the problem persists.

how did you upload the photos, did you use an app?

The photos were uploaded before the use of rclone. They were sent to One Drive from my hotmail account. I clicked in something like "save in One Drive".

try rclone lsd nameofyourremote:

I did not realize that there was a folder called "Email attachments". When I ran the command that you suggested I examined with more attention and saw this folder. The photos and videos that I was looking for were there. Problem solved. Thank you very much

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