I have configured the default e-mail app on my phone with the settings for my ISP (TWC). This morning, I tried sending a 2MB picture as an attachment to my work e-mail. Immediately after hitting send, the e-mail app crashed. I tried two or three more times, each with the same result. I ended up having to use a different e-mail app to send the message.
When I came home from work, I tried to send the attachment again. Same result. I then tried with progressively smaller attachments, and still got the same result. I tried sending an e-mail to myself with an attachment, but the e-mail app crashed. It is now apparent that regardless of where the message is sent and what size file attachment there is, the e-mail app will crash.
I'd rather not have to remove the e-mail app and set it back up with the server settings again. I've had many Android phones over the years, and have never encountered this issue. I would like to think that this is some new bug that would hopefully be corrected with the Lollipop update....That is if it ever comes to the Motorola Droid Maxx.
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As I mentioned, I really don't want to have to remove and re-add the account.
I can send attachments when using mobile data. When I connect to Wi-Fi, the email app crashes.