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Like most people you may occasionally want to email a file to a colleague or send your Aunty Flo a few holiday snaps as attachments to an email. This is of course easy enough to do with CardiffMail, as it is with most email programs. CardiffMail Notes even lets you place attachments in the main body of your email message amongst the text. Like this:
You should be aware that even though you can appear to embed attachments in the text of a message, the recipient will not see the message in the same format. To the reader the attachments will be grouped at the foot of the message in CardiffMail. Other email programs will work in similar ways too. This is what the recipient of the above message will see:
To ensure attachments are not taken out of context you should refer to the files correctly and not assume the reader knows which attachment you are referring too.
Of course you can avoid the problem all together by not sending the attachments. Do you really have to send files over email or could you upload documents to a collaborative work area such as Quickplace.
Check out this related resource available from the MWE Help web site for further information:
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