Enable document attachment in emails
Enable document attachment in emails, since its painful not to be able to answer a coworker and quickly attach a word document.
it is very important in emails
I didn't even know this was missing until you posted it. Seems like an obvious one.
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Still not available in 8.1 by the looks of the developer preview and yet you can attach more things to the new message app for texts!
This is still a disgrace MS, not even on WP8.1 Dev Preview.
I love the OS and applaud many of the new, innovative features being invented and implemented.
Business Business Business is what we are hearing so much of but this is a simple feature that EVERYONE except WP (Windows Mobile had it, Android, IOS, Windows, MAC .... everyone... BARR WP) have had and utilise.
There hasn't even been a statement from MS saying why it CANT be implemented if that's the case - that would shut us all up if it was technically not possible.
This is my last official complaint with windows phone. But seeing as this any other similar threads are almost 3 years old with no official moderator response.. I sadly don't see this changing anytime soon!
yes due to this reason i am not telling anyone to buy any windows phone.So please update this feature in next windows os so that any one can browse their word,pdf ,excel or whatesover file for mail attachment and both while replying the mail or while sending any mail.
It must be there. It is very uncomfortable to attach Emails here
I don't understand why you can attach pictures within the email app but not documents. It seems like a simple fix. Because this is not possible, I can't reply to an email and attach. I have to go and find the file and send a new email.
Anand Sailam commented
Painful that there isn't a way to attach documents (office and PDF) directly from an email. Android provides this feature.
Even more painful if we need to attach documents in a reply to an email. Also, it doesn't allow us to edit the contents of the email forward or reply.
Sabil Valdano commented
please, this is windows phone, they said for business, but no document support on email ? bzzzz
Why are we still asking this 3 years later! I switched back to Android in less than a week as I have spec sheets I need to email to clients.
Herbert Faber commented
It would also help greatly if you can simply save attachments to Onedrive just the way you would do in Outlook.
please allow people to add attachment， pdf， doc，xls, txt, jpeg more than one at a time since u donnot have zip, rar supported progams
save to phone, attach from phone
yes, please implement this and include to ability to attach any type of file. If I had known this wasn't possible on a windows phone, I wouldn't have bought it.
Why is the "reply-to" field in e-mails being ignored? Say I get an e-mail from firstname.lastname@example.org ; many times, the "reply-to" address will direct it to email@example.com, some kind of dynamically generated address that's designed to keep the thread going.
On Windows Phone, replies can --only-- be sent to the "from" address. The "reply-to" field is completely ignored, much UNLIKE Outlook on my desktop or in my browser!
email RFC (5322):
"3.6.2. Originator Fields
The originator fields also provide the information required when
replying to a message. When the "Reply-To:" field is present, it
indicates the address(es) to which the author of the message suggests
that replies be sent. In the absence of the "Reply-To:" field,
replies SHOULD by default be sent to the mailbox(es) specified in the
"From:" field unless otherwise specified by the person composing the
Please, correct this functionality!
Very very very important for anyone doing jobs.
A big foolishness from Nokia. Because every mobile phones have the facility to attach files. And here the big smart phone lacks it. And if I had new it i wouldn't have purchased it....
Please add the basic ability to attach multiple files to an email from within the email app.