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Topic # 240033 16-Aug-2018 10:55
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Hi All

 

does anyone on this forum still use the outlook app for Android?

 

when i am sending email with picutres, there is no way that i can send the pictures as a file, it is included in the message? when the person open it on the other side, it expanded really badly?

 

does anyone has this kind of fraustration?

 

thanks

 

Jacky 


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  Reply # 2074398 16-Aug-2018 11:04
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The picture is still been sent as a file in this case. The receiver should be able to right click on the image, and use the 'Save Image' (or similar) option to save it as a file.


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  Reply # 2074411 16-Aug-2018 11:18
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FWIW I use Nine. It's a vastly superior app in every respect IMHO if you want EAS support.

 

 


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  Reply # 2074433 16-Aug-2018 11:53
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I use it as my main work email, I don't have any issues with it, sent an image earlier and it gave me the option of reducing the file size for email if I wanted, and then attached the image as a file attachment.


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  Reply # 2074434 16-Aug-2018 12:00
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sbiddle:

 

FWIW I use Nine. It's a vastly superior app in every respect IMHO if you want EAS support.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Create tasks from emails is great in Nine, not many Android clients can create outlook tasks

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 2074435 16-Aug-2018 12:03
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I have found the Outlook app varies a lot in quality from release to release.  Maybe try an older version if possible and see if that fixes the issue?

I switched from Outlook to Blackberry Hub and handles emails (including attachments) without problem.  Plus it gives a single place for email, text, messenger, skype etc.


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