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    Question any app that allows you to attach pics to emails?

    not the other method....going to your photo album, selecting a pic....then adding the email address. I mean, for example...you're on Craigslist....you click on an ad and want to send that person an email...so you click on their email....your email opens and you type your message...now you want to attach a pic....why doesnt the default email program allow this? thats just stupid. Is there any app that does this? if not...can someone PLEASE create one. I'll but it!!! ASAP!

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    until the app is created, copy the email address, close mail, go to photo album, choose image, choose mail, paste email address, send.
    "You can purchase anything off the Internet except common sense" - Zoo Director Jim Harrison (7/12/2008)

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    Quote Originally Posted by usrbin
    until the app is created, copy the email address, close mail, go to photo album, choose image, choose mail, paste email address, send.

    so i take that as a no? lol

    that sucks. its 2009. should be DEFAULT in ALL phones. Damn Apple. thanks though. Guess at least we have copy & paste now

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    Quote Originally Posted by MR FLORIDA
    not the other method....going to your photo album, selecting a pic....then adding the email address. I mean, for example...you're on Craigslist....you click on an ad and want to send that person an email...so you click on their email....your email opens and you type your message...now you want to attach a pic....why doesnt the default email program allow this? thats just stupid. Is there any app that does this? if not...can someone PLEASE create one. I'll but it!!! ASAP!
    From your last step you could also save it as a draft and then go to the album and copy the pic and then past it back into the draft and then send that.

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    Well, if you have the skill, you could always design and create the application. I am sure that there would be many potential buyers out there....
    Iphone is cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wintermute1
    Well, if you have the skill, you could always design and create the application. I am sure that there would be many potential buyers out there....
    I've been trying to learn to develop apps for the past 5 days now... no luck so far ....

    But that's gonna be my first app, honestly I was thinkin about it probably 2 weeks ago!!

    Craziness

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    Can't you copy and paste the photo into the email? I've read that by C&P you retain the actual size of the photo and you don't send a resized one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by murdoc158
    Can't you copy and paste the photo into the email? I've read that by C&P you retain the actual size of the photo and you don't send a resized one.
    Yup. You can even copy the photo in the Camera Roll then choose to send an email and paste the full sized photo in the email for both sizes to go out. All the OP needs to do is start writing the email quit Mail go into the camera roll copy the photo in question then go back into mail and paste it in. It should take 10 seconds.

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    With the 3.0 firmware there are many new copy and paste features.
    If you select the little arrow box icon in the lower left of the photo app you can check several photos at once then the copy button. Start an email and past them all in at once.

    Works with video on the 3gs as well.

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    All of the suggestions require you to start the application containing the attachment at some point before you can place it into the email message. It is a flaw which needs to be addressed by Apple. The iPhone apologists would not accept this on their Apple desktop or laptop computers.
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    Here is how to insert a photo in to a typed email.

    After you typed the email, while keeping it open, hit the HOME button.
    go to photos, select the album.
    You see all the tphotos, hit the box with the arrow (on bottom).

    Select the photo(s) you want, hit COPY

    Then go back in to mail and paste them.

    It works well...

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    I use mBox Mail for my hotmail account and it lets you attach a photo from the email.

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