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  1. ravi jami's Avatar
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    I'm using Nokia Lumia 720.

    Using Internet Explorer on my mobile, I opened gmail and when wanted to attach an image to my mail I didn't find any option for attachment.
    Faced same problem with Nokia Express browser too.

    Does any one let me know if attachments can be made or not on Lumia 720?

    Many thanks in advance...
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    No you cannot attach files through IE. Use the inbuilt Gmail client to attach pictures. Office files can be attached to emails through the Office Hub if you have added your gmail account to your phone.
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    Hi,
    Thank you for response.
    Can you please tell what inbuilt gmail client is?
    And also didn't understand what you meant by Office hub.
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    Go to the Office app, look for the document inside the app, long-press on it and select "share". This allows you to attach a document to a mail, if the mail account has been added to your phone. Only one document per mail though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ravi jami View Post
    Hi,
    Thank you for response.
    Can you please tell what inbuilt gmail client is?
    And also didn't understand what you meant by Office hub.
    Gmail client - undr Settings > email+accounts> add an account > google.
    Setup your Gmail account.

    Then to attach documents, so as described by coolraoul above.

    To attach pictures, go to Pictures app> go to she picture you want to email > tap the '....' > then tap 'share' > then tap the email account you want to send the picture from.
    Optionally, in the email app, tap the 'attach' icon and then select the picture.
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