I work in the IT dept as a server tech, we decided to take the plunge and offer iPhones along side BB's. Im not here for the pros and cons of BB's email to iPhones active sync/Email etc. Long story short, we have noticed one major pitfall. 80% of our user base are consultants and travel to Europe, Asia, ROW (Rest of the World), so keeping our roaming data as low as possible is what we strive for, the costs can be astronomical, £5.50 P/MB in asia!! With BB's if a user recieves an email with an attachment regardless of size, the user has to manually choose to download the attachment. Now with iPhones, any attachment smaller than 1mb is downloaded automatically along with the entire body of the email. An average user now sees 30-50MB of data usage appose to 2-8MB we averaged on our BB's just from email. It just begs to belief that we have 10 year old Nokias using EAS (active sync) that have settings to allow to download attachments automatically or not and you can even set the sizes, yet with the iPhone you cant! Im not the only one in this boat, we have had to resort to using expensive third party solutions (Good technology) to allow us to use email on our iPhones without automatically downloading attachments less than 1mb. Is this really such a big ask, to be able to control if attachment are downloaded automatically or not?