On 05/21/2009 11:03 AM, Serge Popper wrote:
> I've just read a dozen emails on this topic and do not seem to be able 
> to find an answer.
> I run XP and Seamonkey.
> Up until a week or so ago, I was able to forward emails, inline, with 
> photos in them.  Now, I am only able to forward emails inline with text 
> in them.
> I need the inline function so that I can edit out all the extraneous 
> contents and mailing addresses before I forward the message.
> I am aware of no changes I might have made to cause the above.
> If I want to forward a message, inline, I now have to save each picture, 
> open it, copy it and then paste it to the email. This becomes very 
> tedious when there are lots of pictures.
> My "Send in HTML" is turned on.
> Can anyone tell me how I can restore the send inline function?
> Thanks,
> Serge

I've just noticed this on:

Build identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.9.1pre)
Gecko/20090623 Lightning/1.0pre SeaMonkey/2.0b1pre

I cannot forward w/attachments unless I select
Edit|Preferences|Composition|Forward messages|As Attachement

You're right... it's an issue as, like you, I'd prefer to edit the
original email (addresses, text, whatever) and forwarding this way does
not allow you to do this. I'll poke around in bugzilla and see if an
issue has already been filed.

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