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when emailing photos from my phone to my comp they end up as attachment. That is fine but, I would really appreciate if I could share them with colleagues as inline photos in an e-mail. If I open a photo in in the photo viewer and copy-paste it becomes an attachment. If I save it to a file and drag-drop it it becomes an attachment. The only way I have found is to save the images, open them one-by-one, in Paint, Ctrl-A Ctrl-C Ctrl-V.
Could you please enlighten me how I can do this painlessly, or why I should find it great, instead of elephantingly annoying.
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Have you ever considered it could be a conscious security feature designed to save your colleagues from the mental anguish your holiday/baby/cat/dick pics might inflict?
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Probably depends on what email app you are using on the phone - the default Windows 10 Mail app is a stinking pile of donkey droppings, otherwise known as "A Microsoft UWP app". Hence why I use Live Mail despite it being 6 years old...
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