Email: attach text files?

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    I need to reply to numerous emails, most of which require one of about 20 different "canned" text responses.

    I would like to either attach an appropriate text file to each email, or better yet, easily insert the contents of the text file into the body of the email.

    Is there a way to do this? I tried both standard email app & K-9, but I do not see the option to attach / insert pre-defined text.
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    As a work around you could have a notepad app with your "canned" responses typed in. Then you could just copy and paste into your email replies as needed.
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    I do that just like joker said, I really don't like to type a lot.

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    Just one message, with many recipients? It would show it's canned for sure but at least you won't be pasting every message.
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