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Open up your new email type in the adress then you should see attachment depending on which email you are using select attachment then you will open up a browse window navigate to your photo/attachment where you have saved it (my pictures) most common select it you might have to wait a few seconds for it to load as an attachment then click send Hope this helps.
This depends of the email client you are using. If they are sent as attachments then save those attachments or download them to your hard drive. If they are embedded in the email then you will want to right click on the pictures and choose 'save as'.
Once the pictures are in the desired folder you can right click on the file again and choose 'rename' This will give you the option to name the picture anyway you like.
Here is the solution for you . Just follow the steps below :
Open a new email and address it to whomever you are sending
the photo to.(for eg : Click on the compose mail and enter the email address)
Click "Attach," which is typically located on the tool bar
above the body of the email template. It will also generally have a
paper clip graphic to help you locate that button.
Select the "File" option. Many email programs offer a "File"
or "Photo" option; simply select the "File" option as it's much easier
and has no effect on how the file is sent or received.
Choose the photo you want to send from your computer. You can
access different files in your computer by choosing the "Browse" option
at the bottom of the Menu box. Once you pick the photo, select "Open"
to attach it to your email. This may take a few moments, so be patient.
Review your email. You should see an attachment directly
below the subject line of your email; that is your photo. You can repeat
the process to add more than one photo if you choose to do so.
Write your email and send it as you normally would.
A simple process to e-mail photos from any computer using windows is fairly simple. Find the folder with the pictures in them. Then select the pictures you would like to send by pressing the "ctrl" key while left clicking(left mouse button) on each picture you would like to send. Once you have selected the pictures then right click on one of the highlighted pictures and select "send to" and then "e-mail recipient" and then right click. This will bring up a page to send the e-mail using your default e-mail program with the pictures attached. You can then add any remarks,comments ect. and choose who you would like to send the pictures to.
First off this will occur if you are trying to trasmit over a Modem, which has a very very slow Connection. Also if this is a large email, and this is a company PC, they will most likely have a disk quota for your email. So, try to transmit a smaller attach. and see if you get the same results...
Might need more information. You are attaching a file to your email. I am guessing that this is a .JPG file. Some email servers only will allow a certain size file. Is is a large file?? Is this the first time that you are having a problem with this on this machine?