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Old 03-11-2018, 05:05 AM
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iPhone x capturing photos and email them size issue

Dear folk

I used my iPhone x for work and we need to captures 6-10 photos for each work we do.

On my phone I used Outlook app for my work email (work domain) and when I try to email those photos email gets failed because of the sizes of photos.

I used to have android with android we can set resolution of pictures to minimize sizes , since that option in available on iPhone x what suggestion can you share with me ?

Yes I know we can download photos to laptop and resize them and email them not convenient but if there is no option I have to do it

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Old 03-11-2018, 12:35 PM
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A photo is about 2MB. If your servers can't handle that, how do you email large presentations? In my opinion, this is the root cause of the problem.

I am in a similar situation. But I use the default Mail application and it asks what size photo to send (Small, Medium, Large, actual size). Our default Mail application is connected to the Outlook servers.

The Outlook app does not have the option to resize the attached photos. It always sends them full size. Your only real option is to crop it, or get a photo editor app that allows you to resize (I could not find the resize capability in the default app).

There is at least 1 poll out there trying to pressure Microsoft to enable the photo resize feature in the Outlook App.



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But I use the default Mail application and it asks what size photo to send (Small, Medium, Large, actual size).
I guess I need to switch to default Apple mail app
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Old 03-13-2018, 03:43 AM
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Set Photo in High Efficiency

Next time, set your camera as high efficiency mode to take photos in HEIC, normaly a JPG picture is twice the size of HEIC, Not only saves your space but also easier to send.
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set your camera as high efficiency mode to take photos in HEIC, normaly a JPG picture is twice the size of HEIC, Not only saves your space but also easier to send.
Please share steps to do that
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It is the default setting already.

Settings->Camera->Formats



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