Emails and attachments


Jul 14, 2009
Maybe this has been asked and answered before (I didn’t find a good solution in my searching), but…

When one receives an email on their iPhone, with embedded images, etc. and then replies, why does it deliver the email to the recipient and breaks it apart?
It basically ‘moves’ the embedded images to attachments, and sometimes will even add a .TXT file to the email. The .TXT portion seems to happen if the iPhone user has a signature.

Is this just how iOS works, or is there a modification to correct this? Thanks in advance

Posted in iOS, since I believe this is related to the OS. Feel free to move it accordingly.