File sharing has gotten quite common with the help of emails these days. And email services and clients are constantly increasing the limit to how large file you can send as an attachment.
This post will focus on adding attachments in Mac Mail – tips, best practices, and special features of Mac Mail.
- You can mark up your attachments if they are pdf or an image. You can write or draw or add any shape on them using the in-built mark-up feature of Mac Mail. Simply move the market over the attached file, click on the action button (down arrow) and use markup. (remember to turn the mark-up feature on in settings if it’s not already).
- Adding the attachment is really simple. You can either drag the files from ‘Finder’ to the message or click on the “attachment” icon that looks like the pin.
- Want to attach files larger than allowed by your email service provider? Use ‘Mail Drop’ feature that uploads your file to iCloud and then attach the link to download it for the receiver. Such attachments don’t take up your allotted space in iCloud.
- You can also attach your files at the end of the messages instead of at the top. Select ‘Edit’ -> ‘Attachments’ -> ‘Insert Attachments at end of message’
- To send attachments to Windows users, you can tweak the settings by turning on the “Always Send Windows-Friendly Attachments” option.
- You can also include or exclude attachments from the replies from the settings. Select Edit -> ‘Attachments’ -> ‘Include Original Attachments in Reply or remove attachments’.
Following these few tips, you will be able to send attachments to anyone without any hassles.
Also Read: Search Attachment Type in Mac Mail