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    Vincent Wansink commented  · 

    So it's been over two years now since this problem was first brought to your attention Microsoft. I'm a very patient man but if this is not fixed soon I will be moving back to gmail. This is simply absurd.

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    Vincent Wansink commented  · 

    This is really one of the most basic functionalities of an email app. I can only assume that this bug accidentally got through, but why, since August 14th, 2019 has no Microsoft engineer responded to this request and started working on it. This is a major ***** up on MIcrosoft's part and should be a top priority to fix.

    I don't want to switch to the gmail app, but if this doesn't get fixed soon I'll have no choice.

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    We used to be able to do this. I don't know why they would take away this basic functionality. Do they think we only share selfies with our friends?

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    I used to be able to attach a picture to an email, but now when I "attach" a picture it embeds it in the body of the email making it impossible to save it on the receiving computer. I often take pictures on my phone that I want to use on my PC so I email the picture to myself and then save the attachment on my PC. Now I can't do that anymore because when I attach a picture, it embeds it in the body of the email and that's not technically an attachment so I can't save it.

    Why would you remove this ability? I mean, adding the option to embed it in the email is cool, but not if it means I no longer have the option to attach it instead.

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    Vincent Wansink commented  · 

    Not just the hover, but please just display the original link. The safelink urls are super long and ugly and mess up my emails. Not to mention they are hard to read.

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    Vincent Wansink commented  · 

    Whenever I paste an image into the email body, Outlook automatically resizes it to 96dpi. I honestly have no idea why somebody thought this would be a good idea, but it's a bad idea. It makes the images look blurry and terrible. Please let me paste the image in whatever resolution I choose.

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