Fetches images from an URL or a piece of html-code, saves them directly into your blog media directory, and attaches to the appointed post.
Fill in the Base URL field. Sample: to grab http://example.com/some-dir/files/my-image.png which is described as <img src="files/my-image.png" on http://example.com/some-dir/some-page.html you should add http://example.com/some-dir/ into the Base URL field.
Look through HTML of that page, maybe it is a case described above.
I recommend to use
[gallery] or other gallery shortcode in the post where you attach images, then they will appear in the post automatically.
The plugin has no options but one can specify some parameters before running grabber script: minimum and maximum file size, grab images from
<img src= and
<a href= html-tags or only URLs listed as plain text, and base URL for images presented as relative paths.