The Hell on Gmail messaging chain is being updated. The mailing system will soon allow users to send e-mails as attachments without having to transfer or download them. Or, as Google says, “You can now attach emails to other emails in Gmail.”
Passionate email recipients can attach any number of emails displayed as an EML file. Users who want to open multiple tabs may also be happy to see the attachment open in a new window.
Let’s move on to the big question: why would anyone want that? Let’s go directly to Google:
We’ve heard from you that there are situations where attaching e-mails is more useful than transferring separate e-mails, such as e-mails. For example, forward multiple messages to the same topic. With this new feature, you can do just that. By sending e-mails as attachments, you can send a summary message to your recipients and attach support e-mails that recipients can open directly in their e-mail client.
Here. Tie yourself responsibly (if the feature is rolled out over the next two weeks). Emails!
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