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10.5: Send 'real' attachments in Mail messages
Authored by: Mac Berry on Nov 28, '07 12:20:47PM

I do thanks, yes.

I think the issue isn't so much that the Windows users can't open the attachments, it's that because they appear inline (and this hint still puts them inline - just inline at the end of the message), they try double clicking on them, and nothing happens.

OK, so they're stupid Windows users of course, but given that most people are Windows users, why can't Mail have an option to send attachments the way virtually every other e-mail client does?

Plus, for pictures you don't want actually inline in the body, or for other documents like pdf's, it's so much cleaner to have icons attached than images.


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