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How to send multiple images?

Asked by SN25P (11points) September 29th, 2007 from iPhone

in one mail on the iphone

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hearkat's avatar

That can not be done. It is not possible to attach a file to an email. The iPhone sends Photos from within the Photos folder… tap on the image, then on the send icon on the bottom left. Form there you can choose whom to send it to and a subject and text for the body of the email. So you can only send one pic at a time.

SN25P's avatar

So there is no program on or something that can do this?

hearkat's avatar

I have never hacked/modded my iPhone; and since the newest 1.1.1 update, the hack developers are trying to catch up. If you have not run the upgrade, the previous 3rd party apps should still function. However, I have not heard any of my friends with modded iPhones mention an app that can attach multiple items to an email.

SN25P's avatar

Ok. I’ll keep looking. Thanks.

AdelHallak's avatar

I am not sure if you mean thru email or thru MMS, but in case you did not know, you can now send and receive Picture Messages on your iPhone yay!!

Hey guys,
Follow my instructions and thank me later…here you go:

First you need the Application Swirly MMS- add this from
Swirly’s source – and add version 0.3.2.
Install the package named “SwirlyMMS from Swirlyspace”, ver 0.3.1. Follow the installation instructions (which means you must restart your phone when installation has finsihed)

Then go to Settings and fill out this info:
you can find settings for other carriers on other blogs.

T-Mobile (USA)
User: empty
Pass: empty

A screen will display that you need to install Mobile finder/Mobile Viewer to be able to see pictures. Go ahead and go to installer, all packages, scroll all the way down to Mobile Finder, install it, then go back and install Mobile Viewer.
Now you are done! Have someone send you an mms. It should show under Swirly MMS. Open it then click fetch. It will download then display this message:

“all fetched mms-files are stored in/var/mobile/media/mmsfiles”

Click the menu button. Now you are on your home screen. Scroll to see the icon “Preview” and click it. Click “Open” . you will then have 5 folders displayed:

1. …
2. Bin
3. Lib
4. Library
5. Media

Double click on the folder “…” then click on folder “mobile” then folder “media” then folder “MMSfiles” then BINGO! All your received pictures are there!!! Good Luck… Big Thanks to Adel Hallak.

tgmaniac's avatar

I have created a “how to” on sending multiple pics along with some tips like sending full resolution pics from an iPhone. You can view it here

hearkat's avatar

I just wanted to draw attention to the date on the original Question — “asked September 29th, 2007” — just a few months after the original iPhone was released. Many things have changed for the better since then!

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