I've been using my easy share software and I just started emailing photos and several people are complaining that the files are too large. They are still on dial up so that is part of the issue. I cannot get into the file from my comp to shrink the file and I don't have another photo program on my new comp any way. I'm seeing that easy share has it's limitations, what can I do?
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This is a TSR program[terminate and stay resident]
It runs in the background all the time.
When you click a pic to attach- Shrink pic grabs it copies it and reduces it to send.
The program is configurable with regard the optimum size and it has a built in 'How-to' movie.
And it is FREE
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Load the picture files onto your computer first. Open gmail and add pictures to your email by clicking on attachment/ photo and direct software to the directory where you stored your photos. Be aware that photo files are large and most email programs have a file size limitation. You can adjust the resolution done to lower file size so it depends on how you want to send the file. Typically I send 3-5 photos at a time. If you want to send large amounts of photos, use Dropbox software.
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.
If you mean send over the internet there is several ways to do that. Most people use email to send photos. Address an email to whom you wish to send the picture to and then click on Attachment/ Attach File then browse to where you picture file is stored on your computer. Choose that file then send the email.
You can also use facebook and post it there, or a messenger like Yahoo or MSN msg, have the person you're sending it to also using the same messenger and then send them the file. Smaller pix can be sent through email or posted to facebook. Larger files are easy to send using a messenger/send file.
How to send a photograph attached to an e-mailIt's easy to send a photography to us or to anybody else, using the software that you normally use to send email.However, you can't attach a photo file or any other kind of file unless you know exactly where it's located on your computer. Most pictures will be located within the overall folder "My Pictures" which is within the folder "My Documents"
Compose a message in your email software, such as America Online or Outlook Express
Find the button for attachments on your email software. It may look like a paper clip and it will probably say "attach files".
Click on that button. An explorer window will open.
Navigate to the folder where the file you want to send is located. For example, mypictures/2007Jan/0123.jpg
Click on the name of the picture or other file.
If you want to send more than one file, hold down the "control" key and click on the additional file names.
The display of the email message you're sending will have change. It will now say something like "attachments (1) 0123.jpg"
The message will probably also tell you the size of the file(s) you have attached - "140KB" for example.
Email with attachments takes longer to upload than plain text. If your photos are large, it may take a minute or more.
Hi. Here are the steps you need to do to send a scanned document/image using your default email application. Place your orinal document/image on the printer. Using the Productivity Studio software, click email, select the scan type (photo, several photos or document). Click start. Click create email to attach the file to the email message. Hope this helps. There's also a PDF file User Guide you can download from the Lexmark website for your reference. Just click on this link: http://bit.ly/9gZV0u . Click on the 9500 Series All-In-One User's Guide found below the page. Download the PDF file. Refer to Scanning page for concerns about scanning. Good luck!
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,
Unless you use a specific software package to resize the existing partition (partition magic et al), the original partion and contents are effectivly erased... they can be recovered using disk recovery software in most cases though
If you still have the source files and both systems can see and write to their respective partition of the Ext HDD, then the easiest way to move forward is to just copy your files back onto the assigned partition.