This, a million times!So, for me even if FairEmail lost the ability to connect to my outlook.com mailbox completely I wouldn't be bothered, and would think it a crying shame if such a brilliant email client, head and shoulders above any other Android client I've tried, was abandoned just because of this issue with Microsoft mailboxes
This is normal, people are dumb and blame everything they don't understand for things they can't control themselves, because they don't understand them.
Try to use the image button instead of the attachment button and make sure the image options are enabled in the three dots menu.Hey,
I have a question about attachments.
When I take a photo and share it with Fairemail, I get the option to remove private sensitive (GPS) information and adjust the size of the photo.
However, when I start to create an email and add a photo as an attachment, I don't get that option.
Now it may be that I have a setting wrong or that it is not possible this way.
It's not a big problem, but do miss it. Greetings
Whether this is normal is debatable, unless the general consensus is that mankind should be stupid.
That is excellent news.
A week ago I went into the US playstore to look for 1 star reviews to downgrade them. Frankly I had trouble by just scrolling down to find any which were not 5 stars! So to find them I finally resorted to pre-selecting the reviews to only show one stars and then downgraded those.
Much of mankind _is_ stupid. That is a fact.
I don't expect everybody to be computer expert. What is frustrating is that people don't ask for help and just run for the 1 star button.Much of mankind _is_ stupid. That is a fact.
Reminds me of an American radio show that took place in a town where "all the women were beautiful and all the children were above average".....
Stupid people are what allow calculating averages. Actually, many are not really stupid. They may have doctorates in Dutch literature or Renaissance art but don't know anything much about computers. Most people that use computers know very little beyond the minimum. That's why Apple is so successful. Their products 'just work' and the user needs very little knowledge to use them. CEOs of multibillion companies usually cannot fix their computers. That's why they have tech support departments.
It's on my to do list, low priority, to look into this.