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    Default [SOLVED] Insert Image button in Ajax version

    Dear All,

    Although there is insert image button on HTML version while composing a new mail.But most of our user login through default or Ajax version, and want to insert image at the time of writing a new mail but there is no option to add a image.How can i get it to be there i.e on Default or Ajax Version.


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    Yogesh
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    you have to be composing in html mode, click on add attachment. select teh images you want and at the bottom of the add attachment window should be an option that says "show images in message body".

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    btw when i say 'compoising in html mode' that doesn't mean the html version, it means using the ajax version but just composing your e-mail in html as opposed to text

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    Smile Thanks bdial

    Quote Originally Posted by bdial View Post
    btw when i say 'compoising in html mode' that doesn't mean the html version, it means using the ajax version but just composing your e-mail in html as opposed to text
    I got the way.
    Thanks So much

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