how to attach a attachment to a reply email
I came from Blackbery and Droid sending a attachment right from my composed email was easy as pie.
How do you do it with an Iphone HELP Please
First, I realize that the option to add an attachment to an email reply is not officially supported, but I'm hoping there's clever way to do it.
I've found a bunch of ways to send attachments if I'm creating a new message, it's just the reply option where I'm missing the functionality. IT WAS SO EASY ON BLACKBERRY AND A DROID.
WHY NOT ON A IPHONE
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- 03-10-2012, 12:10 PM #14iPhone Nanite
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I wanted to attach a photo after replying to an email.
so i went to photos, selected the photo and selected the photo then hit 'email photo' this brings up an email with the photo attached. Here went into copy mode selected "all" made the copy. Now I went back to the original mail and pasted the copy. The "reply" email sent the photo as an attachment.
this way you can send multiple photos in one email. It is not convenient but doable.
Note you have to erase the multiple "sent from my iphone" sign offs that appear or you could select the photo instead of 'all"
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Yes you can
1st go to your photos and push the arrow button on the top right side.
2nd select all the photos that you want to send.
3rd open the email app
4th start your email
5th press and hold within your text body of the email then select paste from the pop up
Hope this helps.
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