Downloading jpg images sent me thru e-mail; forwarding jpg images I receive
I am suddenly having serious problems with downloading jpg images sent me thru e-mail. When I click on one to save it, it takes me to save, but then does not allow me to save to a directory and also, it takes forever and never seems to stop trying to download.
I am also having trouble forwarding jpg and other images I receive thru e-mail.
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The most probable cause would be something in your settings for your web-mail, if that is what you're using, or in the configuration of your email client (e.g. Outlook). Another possibility is security software on your computer automatically clearing your sent folder or the equivalent security setting in web-mail doing the same.
If it's web-mail which you're using then the solution should be fairly simple, at least in terms of where you'll have to hunt and peck for the change in your web-mail configuration. You'll want to start with the help or support section of whatever web-mail service you're using, and probably you'll want to start with the FAQs first and run a search through them.
If you're using an email client on your computer, you'll first want to determine which protocol you're using: IMAP or POP3. IMAP leaves the email you receive on the server, whereas POP3 moves the emails you receive from the server to your computer.
IMAP shouldn't cause you any quirky problems with your sent mail folder, aside from the independent security software I mentioned earlier or explicit settings in your email client.
With the other protocol, POP3, your client is downloading all of your emails and not leaving copies on the server. It is possible that your sent folder is empty, in this scenario, if your email client is looking at the server's sent folder and not your client's sent folder. Hopefully something of this helps you solve your problem.
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You better go to setting link in Gmail and in that there is a forward tab, click the tab in that tab you will find an area called forwarding. In the field add your alternative email id. When ever you receive a new email it will be forwarded to your alternative email id mentioned. So that you can be free from mail missing issues.
Check to make sure that your spam filter or junk e-mail box is not intercepting your missing messages. There are times when certain keywords in subject lines are earmarked as junk mail or spam simply because spammers happen to be using these same words.
Also, be sure that you are not downloading mail from any other source other than your single computer. If so, be sure that the other machine or device is not downloading and then deleting your messages.
Another possibility to check is to make sure no one else is downloading your e-mail. To be sure of this, change your password.
And lastly, there is always the chance that the messages are not being sent correctly. Several cases come to mind...I had a client who mentioned a similar problem that seemed to have sprung up overnight. In the end, the culprit ended up being the sender's auto-fill function was auto-filling a similar name, but incorrect e-mail address. Hence, it appeared that the sender was sending to the correct person, but since he did not check the actual outgoing e-mail address, some of the messages did not go out. They got sent to a third party.
Anyway, hope this helps! If so, please take a moment to give this response a positive rating. Thanks!
Hi, You cannot download pictures to mp3 player-you must have an MP4 or an mp3 player/camera that can accept .jpg images-Mp3 players typically just will play MP3's which is a Music format- If you send model number I can certainly tell you if your player has capability to download .jpg images-hope that helps! .