attach images as "attachment" and not embedded into body of email
I would definitely prefer the default to be attachments. When inline, they lose the picture filename, and it's much slower to save them from the email on the receiving PC, as desktop Outlook has no option to save-all for inline images
Daniel Lehman commented
Romano Adams commented
Tatsis, Stergios commented
1 picture gets in as file. 2 or more pictures go in the message between the text lines.
This is very frustrating and seems totally unecessary. I will use a different app.
Sun Day commented
I'd like to have my image (pictures etc) as an attachment on my emails not on the message body.
Foto als Anhang!!
RFID Node1ro commented
pictures as attachment
Cyril Portet commented
When you want to send several pictures in a mail, they are added inline in the mail rather than attachment... I'd prefer to have to choice!
Leah Woodward (hwoodward) commented
Ekrem Dal commented
Currenty in android version, when i share an image from gallery with outlook, directly all images add in message window, but i want to add images as a attachment, i don't want to send with in my message. By this way i can seperate files and messages, its a good solution for me. My phone is android 8.0 Samsung Galaxy S7 edge.
Quin Child commented
I use Gmail now because microsoft is too lame to allow an option to send picture files as attachmenent
Bernardo Fonseca Marcondes commented
The lack of this option really annoys me. Makes Outlook sound like low end software or non-professional.
contacted several times, but no working solutions. Please run as before and as computer variant. Otherwise give the choise as attachment or inline.
Randy Abrams commented
when I try to attach a picture of a receipt, Outlook makes it a picture embedded in the body. i can't copy and paste it into a file. Fortunately I have another email client that understands what an attachmen
Can this be implement soon. Other apps allow this functionality.
Mary Pawitan commented
Images as attached files are EASIER to 1) count the number, to see if we have attached all of them or not, 2) be printed as singe image in case of multiple attachments, without having to save them first, 3) be hidden as a file if its not for everyone's eyes.
Basically, dont just decide all of us want our pictures to appear on the body text for everyone to see, and not all of us have the luxury to be able to safe first before printing.
Ilya Anatolyevich Okhotnikov commented
When on a mobile app I want to attach a picture as a file, but the app inserts the picture in the body of the text rather than attaching a (picture as a) file to the email. Pictures must be attached as files, not be inserted in the body of the email text. Please, fix this problem as soon as possible. Thanks!
Thom Cammarota commented
Paul Plumley commented