1. Windows Central Question's Avatar
    I am a 930 user currently with w8.1 and want to upgrade to w10.
    Before I did the upgrade through insiders only to find out that when I attach pictures as mail attachements these are no longer resized but keeping their original size of +-5mb. This is causing me to be able to send only 1 or 2 pics per mail and draining my data limit too fast.
    I use this function quite often for professional use. I take some pictures, then I attach up to 10 pictures in one mail and they are automatically resized to 450-600kb. Very handy for professional use.
    I went back to 8.1 only for this reason.
    Can someone tell me if this is now present again in the latest version of w10?
    Or can someone advise me an alternative where it is very easy to select multiple pictures and resize them for easy mailing. I dont want to resize picture per picture and store them before I am able to send. This way I also have every picture double.

    Thanks for ant useful info.
    03-25-2016 05:32 AM
  2. Bepa's Avatar
    Can someone check for me if pictures in W10m are being resized when attached to mail?
    I realy want to switch to W10m, but this is holding me back.
    I also do not understand why microsoft removed this functionality...
    03-29-2016 05:56 AM
  3. Bepa's Avatar
    Why is this in the W8.1 section?
    It is a question regarding W10m outlook app.
    Can it be moved to the W10m section? This way I hope to get some answers.
    Is there realy nobody who can check this for me? I do not feel like updating to W10 only to find out I have to go back to W8.1 because this functionality is missing.

    03-30-2016 05:52 AM

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