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HERE IS THE ANSWER:You have to download and install "Flash" for the email attachment feature to work.
I had the same problem and installing flash works.
If you go to Gmail
Mail Settings - by clicking on the picture of the gear in the upper right side of the Gmail web page; NOT the picture of the gear in the browser but the one on the actual web page. Select "Mail Settings."
Under "Settings" click "General" (if it is not already selected).
Scroll all the way to the bottom under "Attachments" - it says:
"Advanced attachment features - See progress bars when attaching files to messages, and attach multiple files at once. ***Requires flash***."
When you reply or start a new message, you should see "Attachments" below your reciever address. Click that link, which will bring up your documents etc etc. Select pic or pics you want to add, or simply double click.
If you are Juno member, you can attach pictures, spreadsheets, word processing documents, audio clips, video clips, or any other type of computer file to the email messages you send.
If you have never sent a file attachment before, you may want to review Juno's list of important facts about attachements before you send out your message.
You can attach files by Dragging and dropping them onto the write screen by copying and pasting them or by clicking attach files.
Yes, why not. All you have to do is to download the pic and save it. Else when it shows in the email, right click on it and select "Save Pic as" and save it. It will not have any connection with the email or its sender.
there are limits of attachments with all email servers. So you must restrict the size of the pics.From your side the PC sends the pic but the server does not accept the over size. So, you have to either resize the pics or send a few at a time. Send more number of emails than one with large attachments.
Actually there's a way to delete those attachment items as well as the photos, but it is not the usual way of deleting messages in an inbox that we can check them all and delete all at once. This is what you have to do, Go to your My Photos or My Attachments folder, actually it's not a folder but a link.Click the Subject of the photo or attachment, Then hit the Delete button.
Do the same with the rest, and now it's easier 'cause after you've deleted the first one, the rest will follow one by one, therefore what you have to do is keep on clicking the delete button till all of it is gone.
There you go, you can delete those unnecessary and irritating attachments you have. I hope I have solved your problem....Thank you,a for rate this solution if it does solved your problem will be much appreciated...enjoy....