I normally use Thunderbird as my email client on the PC. On the iPad, we have the included mail client which I find to be a little limited in capability. Hence, I normally use webmail on the iPad.
I can use 3 different Webmail clients to connect to my email provider's site. When using the PC I can select to compose in HTML in two of them (Roundcube and Horde). When I try to do the same thing using the iPad to access the sites everything works fine until I try to compose in HTML. For example, if I quote and have HTML composing turned on, the window with all the Bold, Links, and so on icons appears and the message being quoted shows up in HTML format. However, any attempts to place an insertion point in the composing window fails.
I have tried this in both Safari and Atomic Browser.
Any workaround for this? It is hard to believe that a company that values graphical composition would not allow one to compose in HTML (or at least in rtf).