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I manage a few iphones for a few users & when one user takes a photo & emails it to someone, it goes to that person as an attachment. If another one of my users do the same thing, it goes to the same user as a full screen photo. My question is, is therw a setting onthe iPhone I can make any photo being sent, be sent as an attachment, not as a full screen photo>
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With the iPhone, you don't get the option to add an attachment when sending an email, so the only way to send a picture to someone is to go into the pictures on the iPhone, select the picture(s) that need to be sent and then select the option to Send the pictures using email.

This inserts the picture into the body of the email and you can then insert the recipient(s), the Subject and any additional message in the body and then hit send.

This is why the images are appearing in the body of the email and not as an attachment.

Alan
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Its actually the recipient and their email software which is causing the different behavior.  Most webmail clients will display it as an attachment because they have viewing images disabled by default,  Outlook, on the other hand, will display it as an embedded image if the sender is in their address book and the option not to display images is unchecked.
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