Thunderbird attachments

  guesswho2 14:56 10 Mar 2007

When I receive an e-mail with a photo attached, the photo shows also in the body of the e-mail - in other words, when I scroll down below the written message there is the photo.
Is this the normal way Thunderbird behaves or have I got a setting wrong somewhere?

  Kate B 14:59 10 Mar 2007

A lot of email clients do that. Outlook (or Entourage as it's called there) does that by default on the Mac.

  Allyginger 15:45 10 Mar 2007

It can be turned off. It's called attachment inline. Open Thunderbird then click on view. Go down to display attachment inline. If it's ticked that means the attachment will be displayed in the body of message also. If you untick it,the attachment will not be in body of message. You then have to click the attachment to show it. I think this applies only to jpg etc.

  guesswho2 19:10 10 Mar 2007

Ah! Thanks for that Allyginger.
Thanks to you too Kate B for replying.

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