OS X :: Image In Mac Mail Show Up As Attachments?

Aug 12, 2009

How come when I send an email to people and include an image file, screen shots, etc and paste them in the body of the messate, it not only shows up on the other end as attachments, but so do the images in my signature, etc.

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Mail Attachments Don't Show Up As Files?

Apr 11, 2012

My .jpg attachments open as a picture inside the body of my note, and do not show up as openable attachments. How do I get them to show just as attachments when sent to a PC? I already have them formatted for Windows in the Mail program. This problem is something new with Lion.

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Mar 20, 2012

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I've made sure that the "show remote html content in the Preferences is checked.  

I've also tried to rebuild the mailboxes without any changes. Html-content and pictures stil doesn't show. Is there a command for the Terminal that can fix this?  MBP 15" 2.2 GHz (10.7.2) 4GB RAM

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Emails with attachments sent in iCloud on OS X Lion Mail do not show up in Sent Folder. I've tried removing and putting back my iCloud account already on my Mac... many times. I've run repair permissions -- no luck.

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Jan 11, 2009

I'm using MacOSX and Mac Mail. The cub scouts send a weekly newsletter via Scouttrack. When I view this on the Mac, I cannot see any attachments; it's like they are not there at all. When I view it from Outlook on a PC, it doesn't show the little paper clip, but when I open the email, then I can see that the attachments are there.

Is there any way to get the mail application on the Mac to recognize that there are attachments in the email??

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Attachments Not Showing As Attachments In Mail?

May 11, 2012

Why are my attachments not showing up as attachments when recieved. They are sent from Mail as windows "friendly" - but never the less always show up inlaid in the mail. The recipient then have to ctrl clik on the documents, save them on the harddrive before being able to fx print.

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Apr 6, 2010

I have a PDF file that I know has attachments in it, but when I open the PDF file with Preview the attachments do not show up, nor does it even seem possible to view them (I know they are there because I can see them using Windows Foxit PDF reader). Does anyone know if this is possible with Preview or will I have to get the Adobe Reader? I dread getting anything adobe because on Windows computers their software is so bloated and a resource hog.

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Show Attachments As Pdf File Names Not As Opened Files?

Apr 16, 2012

When I attach a file to Mail, it shows as an open file, not as a file name. How do I make attached files show as file names, not as an open file?

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OS X Mavericks :: How To Make Attachments To Email Show As Icons And Stop Them Opening

Jun 5, 2014

How do I make sure my attachments to emails appear as icons and not as open files?  Once they appear as open files I can double click and select 'view as icon' but they don't stay that way.  When I send or file the email the attachment is usually open again.

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Mail Attachments Break Mail For Windows Client?

Jun 15, 2012

since upgrading to Lion an embedded attachment in a e-mail, jpeg or pdf will cause a recieving outlook to stop displaying the e-mail content before the atachement-icon, no mail content after the icon is displayed anymore. Mail itself shows propper content of the e-mail. 

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MacBook
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OS X :: Attachments On Mac - Mail 3.6

Dec 13, 2010

I use an iMac with Mac Mail 3.6 (OSX 10.5.8) For some reason when i now attache a file to my mac emails - jpg, tiff, picture etc - it reduces it to approx 50-k (typically from 5mb) I havent changed anything or done anything Due to my occupation this is unacceptable - I need to attach files at their original size.

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Applications :: Images Deleted On Card Still Show In Image Capture?

Apr 22, 2010

I have deleted the photos off my camera manually and wanted to change it to shoot in RAW but then when i connected it back up to upload using 'Image Capture', the old image files show up as missing, and the new ones not at all so i changed back to jpeg format, but the problem wont go away

it seems like its saved the old image info in a cache or something can i wipe it clean and start over some way?

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Jun 27, 2014

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If I go into Photoshop or Word and search for the files, both Photoshop and Microsoft Word can see the files in the correct folder.  The Finder just can't see them. 

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Mar 24, 2010

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Something wierd happened a few days ago. All of a sudden, whenever I try to add an attachment to a message, either by dragging a file or by using the attach button, Mail pinwheels and I have to force Quit it.

How do I reinstall it? I have all the disks and everything...but can I reinstall just one program? Will it still keep all my settings and all that?

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Jun 24, 2009

i would like to use either automator or applescript to get attachments from certain emails i get in mail that have the subject line that contains "Database Backup" then according to the first part of the subject to save the attachment into a folder with that name.

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OS X :: How To Change The Way Mail Displays Attachments

Jul 8, 2009

Is there a way to change the way Mail displays attachments? I hate how when attaching certain file types, such as PDF, instead of just showing multiple attachments in a nice little list, it shows you the whole freaking preview of the attachment and you lose track of what file (or type) it even is in the process.

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Sep 8, 2009

Since upgrading to Snow Leopard, I cannot add an attachment to email using Yahoo mail. Every time I select the file, Yahoo mail begins scanning and it then crashes the browser - happens with any browser and any file.

Searching around suggests there are similar problems for some users but not as pervasive.

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Sep 23, 2009

Why do attachments rec'd on my mac (10.4.11) through aol have to be downloaded before being opened? Then you have to open a zip file or open a variety of folders before you get to the item sent. Other computers allow you to just click on the attachment and the file opens immediately.

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OS X :: Send Photos As Attachments In Mail?

Jan 19, 2010

Until have till now just used fileflow to send pictures, cause when attaching them to mail - it just seems to stick into the mail- and hard to get out for pc users - And if they manage - the filesize seems to have been scaled down.

pdf - ai - psd etc works perfect as attachments. but jpg - no !

also when i try to show the icon - i get claims from my recipients...

Does anyone have a smart advice for me to get full scale jpgs as full readable attachements, no matter who recieves it ?

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Feb 27, 2010

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I configured my Gmail using IMAP on mail.app. And i downloaded ALL my mails and attachments, meaning it cached all attachments and emails. It used up 4 GB of my data. I am on a capped bandwidth of 5 GB per month. I thought everything was perfect and suddenly last week....I checked my cap again, and i used 3 gb in 2 days. I checked and it was mail.app downloading my mails again and caching attachments all over again.

Why is this happening, i am scared to use mail.app again, because u never know when it will start caching all my attachments again and i will use up my 4gb in 2 days.

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Applications :: Mac Mail - Small Attachments?

Jun 17, 2010

When I save a screen shot and email it... it comes out on the other end as a small image (thumbnail?). There has got to be something I'm missing in the setup or preferences... but why aren't my attachments full size?

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OS X :: Mail 4.3 - Spotlight Searching Within Attachments?

Aug 9, 2010

I just switched to Mail from Entourage and am setup to Exchange. I just noticed when I search within Mail or through OSX Spotlight it doesn't appear to search within the Attachment in the emails. Is this how it is designed? If so, do I have any options?

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Mar 20, 2009

I am running 10.4.11 with the mail program that is installed which is 2.1.3.

My daughter in college has a MacBook Pro Intel running 10.5.x and uses the college mail program (site).

Every attachment that I send her that as a jpg, she says downloads to her desk top as a .acs ( I believe) which she can't open to view. If she goes to a windows computer with the same college e-mail site she can view them.

Question: what can be done to send/receive these so they can be viewed as jps's on her computer? Would send them as windows friendly attachments help?

I'm guessing that the e-mail site is probably set up for more windows friendly than Mac friendly.

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Sep 23, 2009

One of my employees email attachments keep coming through as gibberish, specifically jpeg's, some excel files, etc. She is using Mac Mail. I do not use mac mail and the exact same attachment come through fine for me. Is there some setting in Mac Mail that needs to be changed to correct this?

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Aug 25, 2010

I have just searched through all the jpeg pictures on the computer (more than 10,000of them) and noticed there were photos that had been attached to emails. These emails had been deleted but the photos still remain in various folders in library/mail/account/ bin or similar. There are hundreds of these folders and sub folders all containing pictures from mail that was deleted. They are from both GMail and .Mac mail. Does anyone know how to ensure these images are deleted when the mail message they are contained in is deleted. I am using Apple Mail, Entourage and Thunderbird but the problem seems to be confined to the way Apple Mail organises mail folders.

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Mar 28, 2012

I fail to receive pdf attachments intermittently using Mail 5.2 running OS X 10.7.3 (Lion). When the attachments do not arrive, I see no paperclip in the attachments column. On a recent occasion, a colleague sent me three consecutive emails, each with 1-2 pdf files attached. The middle one (containing one pdf), shows no attachment in Mail. However, I know the attachment is there, because if I open it on my iPhone, I see the attachment. What's more, if I forward the email to myself from the iPhone, I can now see the attachment again. This has happened several times in the past as well.

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Intel Mac :: Mail Message With Attachments?

Apr 8, 2012

I use iMacs for work. I often send email messages with attachments using Mail.  Often, when sending email messages to Windows users (they are out there still), they will reply that they cannot open "the second attachment."  The message seems to "pick up" a second apparent attachment, which is generally just a few K in size, and is not part of the original message or attachment.  Unfortunately, though, it tricks the recipient into thinking that there are two attachments and the second one is meaningful  So then they respond and I have to assure them that the second attachment is irrelevant and can be ignored.   

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