I've received e-mails from various e-mail clients (Yahoo, Hotail, G-Mail, Incredimail, etc.) Occasionally one of these contains an animation embedded in the text. I've wanted to save some of these but for some reason they would not save. On investigation I found that the sender had copied in a .gif file. They will not save as a .gif but only as a single image .bmp.
Other times, from the same individuals, I've received .jpg, .tif, etc., and have no problems saving them to my hard drive.
I've cleared my temporary files, cleared my cache, made sure my internet options (in Advanced) included downloading encrypted images, and checked my registry and found that .gif is an expected image.
I've tried to look to the header to see if I can identify the image type but to no avail -- I either don't now what I'm looking for or it doesn't say. When I right click on the image and select properties, the image is identified only as a .html.
I own an HP with a 3400 AMD Athlon chip, 1 GB RAM, and a 250 GB SATA HDD. I'm running Windows HP Media Edition and IE7.
Does anyone have a clue as to the next thing I should look to?
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I Guess this is common problem you don't need to worried about that you just have to reset all mails setting by following these steps.
When your Incredimail window is open click on the tools that's mention on top of Incredimail window, then go to your @email account and add E-mail you want to receive mails from then reconfigure email account automatically or manually you can also use user E-mail users like Gmail, Yahoo, AOL, Roadrunner, hope it'll work for your sending and receiving trouble because this information is out from Incredimail support website
At issue may be the sending methodology, If you are using the ONLINE client, by going to Yahoo, the issue will be with Yahoo, and they would have to solve it.
IF, however, you are using a local client, like Outlook, Windows live mail, Endura, Incredimail, or similar, check with your ISP about what OUTGOING mail server (SMTP) to use. Spam restrictions forced this situation.
You need to delete items from your inbox to free up space, this is not realted to a router issue. Be sure that file folders of saved e-mail are OUTSIDE your inbox, if you are using a local client (Outlook, Incredimail, etc.) If you are using online mail client, you have to delete excess mail, look for mail with large attachements, like pictures, etc.
setup your yahoo mail on any email client(outlook express,ms outlook etc) and download the emails
with the below settings
Yahoo Mail offers standard POP3 access for receiving emails incoming through your Yahoo mailbox, by using your favorite email client software. To setup your email client for working with your Yahoo account, you need to select the POP3 protocol and use the following mail server settings:
Yahoo Incoming Mail Server (POP3) - pop.mail.yahoo.com (port 110)
Yahoo Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP) - smtp.mail.yahoo.com (port 25)
So, cannot send from where, exactly? There are two main groups of methodologys, LOCAL client (Outlook, Express, Incredimail, etc.) and online mail box, (Hotmail, Gmail, Yahoo mail.
Typically, your complaint indicates you are using a local client....
Here is what happened: Internet Service Providers (ISP) are being held responsible for spam....so they decided that in order to protect themselves, ALL outgoing mail must pass through their servers....so they can monitor for spam.
So check with your ISP and ask them for the OUTGOING MAIL server that you shoud use.
This will be something like smtp.serviceprovider.com, rather than mail.yourdomain.com