attach images as "attachment" and not embedded into body of email
Very unprofessional sending emails with embedded images instead of attachments. To add insult to injury the images in my emails are stretched as well.
Peter Card commented
I am not able to attach a photo as a jpg file using outlook on my Samsung S8.
Microsoft needs to FIX THIS NOW or I will be going to gmail.
Debbie Wales commented
who would use 'outlook for android' after I send them an email with a minute in the body rather than as an attachment!! looking for alternatives
Carole Anderson commented
Allow a choice between attaching photos or inline.
Up North Pet Service LLC commented
no thank you, keep as inline or add option.
The innability to attach a picture is forcing me to search for a new email app for my android. Anyone have any suggestions.
Please make it possible to attach pictures as attachment and not embedded Text -->ANROID OUTLOOK APP
EVERY other mail app is able to!!
With the embedding of images instead of attaching, i was Not able to answer an Email to a Company with Foto Details requested. The inline images get blocked or Not correct transfert... Pls add an Option to attach instead of embed images...
Sérgio Carvalho commented
When users click on attachment, they want to attach, not embedding. Embedding images are getting a lot of screen and disturbing to type texts.
I can't believe that I am here, typing this, in what seems to be the most BASIC feature of email. Attaching a file. Microsoft. No!!!
Please add the functionality of being able to attach a file or photo in Android Outlook app!
Can someone call Bill Gates?
Attach a picture in Outlook for Android as inline is a bad feature, and worst it shows as a huge picture without resizing to window, and double worst is it rotated 90deg sideway... my God. Please fix this.
select picture you want to send
click the 3 dots in the upper right corner
click on PDF icon that has the bottom Arrow(usually round Icon on right side of screen)Yellow
Chose the folder you want to save it in
(remember where you save it for later use)
Go to that folder and then you can send it as an attachment in your Outlook.
It is unprofessional having images pasted into the body of a business email. I've seen it both as sender and receiver, and I was unable to see the images sent to me by a business correspondent. My email system blocked the incoming images.
when attatching a picture to an email it goes directly into the mail body and not as an attatchment, this was not the case in older versions, ple as se fix it is anoying for people that cannot print the pictures with out saving it
J Shanker commented
Images to be in separate attachment than in the email body
Daria R. commented
yes this feature required.
Andreas S commented
Some time ago it was possible to send a picture as an attachment with Outlook for Android. Now every picture is embedded in Mail body without a choice.
Alison Grose commented
Not having photos as an attachment is totally unacceptable, makes me want to find a different email supplier. Stupid . Subscribers should have a choice.
This is the most annoying bug. And since it was previously possible to add images/photos as attachments, it would be very easy to resolve. It's a pain that I still need to start my PC, copy photos to PC and then send it via outlook on PC.