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I just found out that any time I attach a picture to an email, when the receipient clicks on download, they get a large file containing hundreds of my pictures & clips that they can scroll through. I don't even recognize some of these (company logos, product pictures, etc) but some of them are private pictures that I have received in emails from others. I am clicking on the paper clip icon, selecting attach a file, and then just double-clicking on a single picture. How do I attach just a single picture.
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Are you posting this question from the account having this issue? If so can you attach a photo to a new email and send it to the email address you are using to post this question? Please post the date/time and subject of this test email so it can be viewed.
You can send it to the email address you are currently signed into and are posting from.
No, they cannot. Only working Yahoo employees can further investigate.
Just to doublecheck. How are you accessing your account? Are you using any 3rdparty app?
Does this happen when sending to a specific sender or any sender?