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    Is there any way I can attach pictures or videos to a e-mail without inbeding them in the e-mail body? I use to send them as a attachment but after upgrading to 6.0.1 I can no longer do that? I can put them IN a e-mail with no problem.
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    Default Re: Pictures under 6.0.1

    Quote Originally Posted by iuser_ind View Post
    Is there any way I can attach pictures or videos to a e-mail without inbedding them in the e-mail body? I use to send them as a attachment but after upgrading to 6.0.1 I can no longer do that? I can put them IN a e-mail with no problem.
    Just out of curiosity is there that big of a difference in doing it the way you mentioned by embedding it. Normally that way it still has to download once you open the email and select it to open. Just asking?
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    Embedding and attaching accomplishing the same thing.

    Unless you mean how it displays on the other end.... iOS mail is not setup like you see in Outlook or Gmail. Though you can embed in Gmail..
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    At the receiving end there is quality lost because they have to copy the pictures from the e-mail to their picture folder. If I could send it as a attachment they would have the picture.
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    When you insert a picture, do you choose actual size?

    Also the end user should be able to right click and save the picture.
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    Default Pictures under 6.0.1

    Yes, full size if it want them to have the full picture. Otherwise I chose medium.
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    And you are still seeing loss of resolution?
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    Yes
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    Default Pictures under 6.0.1

    I have tested this multiple times and I am not seeing any issues.
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