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When trying to send a window by email from a web sitei get a message that microsoft exchange server is not on line , is there a cure

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Window? you mean a screen shot? Are you doing it from home or work? If home, them mail client will open if you trying to send "window" direectly from the browser. I will recommend, save window as a .jpg or in any other format on your desktop. Then go to your e-mail like hotmail, gmail or whatever you use and then attach that windows.jpg into that e-mail.

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