When I set up 'sender', it wants my name and email (which is hotmail) and thats ok. then it wants my smtp code, so i try pop3.hot.com or my isp's code. thenwhen i hit send, either clicking dial up or network it never works. Won't connect to server is the message. Anybody got any ideas how to fix?
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http://www.vivitar.com/products#Digital%20Cameras/25/21/Support go to this site ...and click on the software folder ...you will have to complete the name and the serial of the product ..and they will send you a download link in the mail..I tried to download it myself ..but cause I did not have a camera of this model I had no serial number to complete there ..just insert your email ..name and serial number and the model..after that click to subscribe to the newsletter and they will send you the driver download link in the mail
I wanted to use my ISP' email server, faster and no kodak advertising attached, here's what I did in version 7, now also version 8.
First click on "email" on the left side of the easyshare screen, then click on email settings at the top of the page and make sure that email with attachments is checked.
then go to the easyshare program folder normally at:
C:\Program Files\Kodak\Kodak EasyShare software\bin\ini\VistaEmail.ini
find the file ESAcct.ini and double click it.(you may want to make a copy of it somewhere just in case) in the file you will see:
[ACCOUNT_INFO] EMAIL= PW=
enter your ISP's mail server address at the EMAIL entry and your email password if required by your ISP at the PW like so,
We need more info. What program are you using for email? Outlook? Outlook Express? Hotmail? Most of the time all you have to do is open a new email and click on ATTACH above in HOTMAIL and another window will open and may be where your pictures are, but if not, you will have to go to the directory where the picture you want to send is and click on the title and click on the window where it says open and it will attach it and if you already added the (to) address and the text you only have to click send.
Setup a client application instead of using the web interface for your Yahoo email and set it as the default mail program on your Mac. I believe the Picture Project software emails to the system's default email program; whatever that is.