No, you can't embed one message into another directly. As a workaround, you can do the following: To attach a single message, open it and click Forward (from the drop-menu at the top of the message). To attach a conversation, open it click Forward all on the right. Then compose your new message and send it. The earlier message […]
Because Gmail is a web-based system, you can't drag a file attachment from one message to another. As a workaround, you can do the following: Open the message or conversation that contains the file attachment. If the file is attached to a single message, click Forward (from the drop-menu at the top of the message). If it's attached to […]
Yes, if you're using a Chrome browser. Otherwise, you must browse to a file to attach it.
Yes. To help prevent viruses, Gmail won't accept file attachments that are executable files. There's also a 25 MB size limitation for attachments. For details, see the Gmail Help Center.