Images not processed correctly when replying or forwarding email
When I forward or reply to an email that has an image (say, an image of a company's name in a signature block generated in Outlook), AirMail simply sends an outline of a box where the image was. By itself, this would be tolerable. However, when someone tries to view the sent message in Outlook, there is a significant delay between when that person clicks on the message and when the message opens and is viewable caused by Outlook trying to load the missing image (Outlook shows a progress bar as it tries to load the image before it fails--the email is not viewable during this time). AirMail should either send the message with the image, or replace the image with text such as "<image.jpg>". Unfortunately, the way it works now makes AirMail unusable for me. I cannot have recipients who use Outlook waiting a significant amount of time before viewing my emails sent from Airmail.
Scott Williams commented
This issue happens with me as well. It causes me so much of a headache that I have moved on from AirMail entirely until it is resolved. I get far too many complaints from recipients of my emails where this occurs that it isnt worth the hassle. Hopefully the AirMail team decides to get to fixing this one day.
Same here. Its driving me nuts.
Same thing happens to me. I have reported this several times to developers but so far no indications that there is a fix for this in place now or in the works.