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Trouble opening jpeg files and other images in email. All my photo's are jpeg and I have no trouble opening them up.

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Which email and browser are you using to open the images?

Basically, try sending your pictures to an email that will allow you to open big files, such as inbox or gmail.

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After taking the picture, you need to locate the file folder in which the image was saved. If it is not in JPEG format, if you can, save it to JPEG. Also, you may wish to rename the image to something other than a number. I save the images I have by the person's name with a date. Example: Dark-Judy_2017-Dec-19.jpg

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