attachments in OSX Mail

fjs08

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Jun 25, 2003
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Hi,

How can I get my attachments in OSX Mail to just be attachments and not take up my entire dialog box. I can't even type in a message the attachments are so large, especially if they are .pdf's, etc.
Thanks.
Frank
 

MisterMe

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Jul 17, 2002
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Hi,

How can I get my attachments in OSX Mail to just be attachments and not take up my entire dialog box. ...
Do you mean "dialog box" or "New Message window"? You write your message in the New Message window.

Why don't you write your message first and then attach your graphic file?
 
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fjs08

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>>Do you mean "dialog box" or "New Message window"? You write your message in the New Message window.

Why don't you write your message first and then attach your graphic file?<<

New Message. I agree, I should write first (sometimes I forget then to attach... I know, that's my problem, but the attachments are still HUGE!

Frank
 
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byakuya

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Jul 26, 2007
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true with the attachments being huge but I love the drag and drop thing you can do...
a possibility is to send your attachments as .zip
 
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arkitect

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Sep 5, 2005
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Also remember to check both the

Edit >> Attachments >>
Always Insert Attachments at End of Message &
Always send Windows-Friendly attachments
…

It might work. It works well for me in Leopard…
 
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Dafke

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Mar 24, 2005
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You can right-click on the attachement and choose "View as Icon".
 
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