Thanks for the reply. The problem is that my clients want to quickly and easily add files to an email as attachments by dragging and dropping multiple files, if one happens to be a image, as you point out, it adds it inline, which is not what is wanted, the added files no longer show as attachments but creates web links in the composed email. Clicking those links opens the temp resource handler Link box bit that is a backend feature and has no use to the user. Clicking "attach files" has a different function than the "add a file" or "add an image" buttons.
I realise that working through a browser interface places restrictions on what can be done but i don't understand why there are different ways of attaching files. In my view, dragging and dropping should be a quicker way of adding multiple files than having to click the "attach files" button and add them 1 by 1.
This also leads into the other question about being able to review those attachments prior to sending by clicking to open them and confirm the correct file is indeed added to the email.