Provide a Choice between inline images and attachments for images.
Not every recipient wants inline images. Attachments can be more easily saved and sometimes display better than squashed or resized images that are inserted inline.
Ric Tucker commented
Yes please FIX this ASAP. Seems like someone or some department made a decision in a vacuum. A bad decision.
Muhammad Fayed commented
Hi Outlook Mobile Team, please work on making the pictures not attached in the body email, also adding image resizing option will be great to the users.
Charles Conti commented
Contacts created using the desktop app to put images in the description area display correctly when synchronized between other devices using the desktop app. however when viewed via the web interface or the phone interface, images are removed
give the option to not insert images inline in the email.
embedded images are a PITA.
Robert McDowell commented
when someone sends a photo it comes as part of email and not as attachment
Nadeem Ahmad commented
how to make photo attachment at bottom of message insted attachment in message body.
Leon Boles commented
Attaching images in outlook always adds it inside the email body so the file cant be easily saved by the email recipient
Josh Zeitman commented
Every person I sent emails to with photos prefers them to be attached.
The current version of Outlook for Android does not attach or insert photos into emails at all.
This is really bad and should be fixed.
Mike Proska commented
attaching image or photo files as actual attachments versus automatically embedding them in the email. why can't this at least be a preference option to choose either versus having no choice to embed it in body of email.
This is a basic feature present in most other mobile e-mail apps. I don't understand why it wouldn't be available here.
Muhammad Ali commented
every type of file could be downloaded by the receiver in attachment even photos.
Glenn Tate commented
attachments added to the email from the app on Android are embedded into the text body and not sent as a attatched file as required.
Ian Rendell commented
JESICA VICTORIA JANOVSKI commented
We often receive emails of supporting evidence from people at work, having to "Save As" or copy paste to Word so that it's printable or able to be stored might be a first world problem, but it's also a painful drag on productivity.
Please listen to your users and keep up with your competitors.
Henry Britton commented
Virtually every user wants to be able to sent photo or pictures as attachments. Why don't you do it?
Tanyo Sertev commented
I'm currently using other platforms to attach photos as Outlook does not give the option. It's very inconvenient to have all photos attached in line with text in message and not as attachment. This is a simple option available in every single other platform
Aust-Mech Helen commented
do not automatically embed an image attached to an email
Louis marro commented
MS support says their "engineers" intended files & pictures to be embedded and not attached. Time for new engineers !!!!!
James Haughton commented
to be able to send as an attachment nt embedded in the email