Don't download attachments automatically
For privacy and data usage
Jonathan Lau commented
For those people, like me who doesn't have a lot of Data on their phone plan.
It would be good to have in the settings that you can restrict all attachments downloads to Only WiFi.
You can still see the email body with the attachments, but it doesn't automatically download the attachment unless you specified in the settings to do so.
Also can't use it until it becomes an "option" to load external content. you'd think they would have learned from the past with desktop outlook how dangerous having it automatic could be.
It will be great if attachments are automatically downloaded when connected to Wifi.
Rafael Lira commented
As imagens que são inseridas ficam no corpo do email, sendo ruim para quem recebe. Poderia melhorar para ficar como anexo ao invés de aparecer no corpo da mensagem. Se possível, incluir a funcionalidade de reduzir o tamanho da imagem para enviar o email.
Craig Gonzalez commented
First I want to say that even though this isn't a highly rated app in the apple App Store this app by far is one of my favorite and after a few more features this app will be my only go to email app. The reason it's not that right now is because when sending pictures you are unable to select multiple pictures at one time currently each time you want to add a picture you have to tap to paper clip each time. The second thing holding me back is not having the option of opening links within in the app and it would be nice to have my pictures pop up at the bottom of the screen so I can select my pictures with out having to go my camera app. If these features ever make it to outlook I will be back and happily be back at that.
If there is a picture in an metal thread like a gmail thread, that picture should load in the body of the email automatically and it should be clear for that individual email that there is an attachment to look at
Rodrigo Volponi Leal commented
As a person who wants to balance life and work, I don't want to be bothered by email every single moment of my life.
So, a great feature of the stock Mail iOS app is a setting to choose when I want the mail downloaded: 5 minutes, 15 minutes, 30 minutes, and Never (manual).
This manual option gives us the ability to engage in mail at the times we want.
Tristin Sophia commented
No make it so you can delete already sent emails
Steve Jay commented
When multiple images are embedded in a received message, the first one at the top is easy to tap and hold producing a view image option. Allowing the user to save, attach, or share.
However any images following as you scroll down the message the option is off screen after tapping and holding on another image. The screen fades and you know it's there but you cannot access it.
Perhaps the option bubble to do this should be made to appear where the finger is rather than only at the very top of the message.
Sabrina Morel commented
Please, I can't even attach a video that is 58seconds long this is ridiculous. I would be very happy if I could send multiple 5min long videos
Paul Smith commented
Really not supporting IT staff within organizations without this feature. We won't deploy until addressed.
Frank White commented
This would be a huge improvement for security and bandwidth management.
Pablo A. Tagre commented
I can't use it either until this happens
The attachment to be downloaded automatically while connected with wifi
Simon D'Morias commented
Jack Tan commented
Need an option to disable images from loading automatically. I'm getting more spams since the images are loading by itself.
Jiří Tichý commented
Yes, it is quite important security/privacy feature. A must have funtionality.
Niranjan Udas commented
When I'm using my cellular data, I don't want the attachments to be downloaded automatically but when I'm using WiFi, auto downloading of attachments would be great feature.
Nathan Boal commented
This really needs to happen, I'm surprised it isn't already a feature as the Windows 8 Mail app already supports this.
I'm reluctant to open an email in the iOS Outlook app if I'm not 100% sure if it's sender as any remote images downloaded could be used to compromise privacy
Maxwell Babler commented
This is a safety issue as phishers and spammers use images to target you.