Keith Whaley wrote:
Moz Champion (Dan) wrote:
I have rarely been able to forward a message I received to someone
else, exactly as I received it.
In other words, as I have experienced it, if all I was forwarding was
a full text message, with no embedded graphics or other non-ascii
items, the message was forwarded without any problem.
However, if that message contained graphics of any kind, static or
active, that the placement of which was critical to the accompanying
text, it wouoldn't forward. I thought I could go to Message >Forward
As >Inline but the resulting page shows the graphic position in the
message body as a TEXT marker or link, not as the original graphic.
I could Save or Copy the graphic and attach it to the sent message,
but that is not how it was sent to me. It was sent inline.
I want to be able to forward (pass it on) exactly as I received it.
Some assistance needed, please...
Mac OSX 10.5.6
Have you tried switching to HTML enabled and then forwarding?
I opened a message with text and images, and set my SM menu bar menu
View/Message Body As/Original HTML and checkmarked Display Attachments
Inline, then sent it to myself.
Same old thing. The message appeared in the message body as text only,
and each of several images had this notation instead of an image:
That is not openable by itself...
You didn't answer the question
Did you switch to composing in HTML first and then forwarding?
Viewing in HTML does NOT force or enable HTML composition
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