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Share photos through the Internet the same way you would
share other news - in a Yahoo! email message.
Yahoo! Mail may be your go-to choice for text emails, but
the free email program also offers the ability to attach photos with your
There's no additional charge to send photos with Yahoo!,
though the more photos you attach, the more time it may take for your email to
get to the recipient.
Log in to your Yahoo! Mail account.
Click the "New" button. If prompted, click
"New Email Message."
Enter the recipient's name into the "To" field,
or click the "To" link and select the name from your Contacts folder.
Enter a subject line and type a message into the body
section of the email window.
Click the "Attach Files" button.
Click the "Browse" button to the right of
Go to the first picture to include and double-click it.
This lists the file path in the "File 1" box.
Click the "Browse" button for "File 2"
and repeat the process.
To attach more than five pictures, click the "Attach
More Files" link.
Click the "Attach Files" button.
Depending upon your computer's speed and the files' size, it
may take a few seconds to a few minutes to complete the attachment process.
check your recipients email address, try to retype it. Don't forget to type the email add extension (@yahoo.com, @gmail.com, etc.). If that's doesn't work, try to search your recipients email address to the search panel in your yahoo mail.
That's strange, huh?! If you hit the 'reply' and you know it was successfully sent then I think it's Yahoo that's at fault. You should contact Yahoo in order for them to fix it for you. I don't get why it should take up to five hours before your email could be returned to you. It's really strange. I've been a Yahoo user for years and haven't met that kind of problem yet. You can send your comments here: http://asia.docs.yahoo.com/info/support/contacts/experience.html
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Here is how to configure the Windows Mail client for Vista (formerly known as Outlook Express) to use with your Aplus.Net email accounts: Note: This guide is for POP mail configuration. To see how IMAP settings differ please view the related links at the bottom of the page.
Open Outlook Express, and from the Tools menu select Accounts.Click the Add button.Now, select Email Account and click Next.Type in your Display Name: this is the name that your recipients will see in the "From" field of e-mails that you send.Click Next.Enter your complete email address and click Next.Select POP3 as Incoming e-mail server type.
Incoming mail server: mail.yourdomain.com.
Outgoing mail server: smtp.yourdomain.com.
Check the box next to Outgoing server requires authentication. Click Next.Enter your complete email addressin the E-mail username text field and your email account password in the Password text field.Click Next and then - Finish.Now, select your e-mail account from the list on the left and click on Properties.Next, select the Advanced tab. Set the Outgoing mail (SMTP) port to 465 and check the box next to This server requires a secure connection (SSL).Click Apply.Finally, click OK and then - Close.
Note: Sending unsolicited mail or "spam" is a violation of the Yahoo! Mail Terms of Service and won't be tolerated. use this link to get your problem will be solved. http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20071213165631AAjMjGu
This issue is an issue with Yahoo! email spam settings and not necessarily your domain email.
To resolve this issue, your recipients using Yahoo! email addresses need to change their spam settings, by going to the Spam folder and clicking [ Edit Settings ] in the gray box. In these options and settings, the recipients can modify what is considered spam and what is not considered spam.
Also, it is advised that the recipients check their Spam folders frequently, since your emails may still end up in that folder. If there is new mail in the Spam folder, there will be a number next to the folder name (In this case, Spam) and it will be in bold face text.