Question about Apple iPhone Smartphone
How does one send music from itunes in an email message
Newipoduser1 ... unfortunately your solution will not likely work.
It's not generally a good idea to email such large files (your typical song is about 3-5MB in size). It would be best to try and load your music files onto a USB flash drive and attempt the transfer to another computer that way. I realize your USB port is read-only (is this because it's a corp. owned machine?) but perhaps you can give it a try and see. Failing that, I would maybe try to "burn" the music files to a CD. BEWARE! Make sure you burn them in their mp4, AAC or mp3 format as files and not as music. (Same is true for USB transfer)
NOTE: if the machine you're using is a corporate machine I would recommend NOT downloading any more songs from iTunes to that machine. Besides corporate security policies, it's important to know that Apple allows you to "share" the AAC music files among 5 devices, this includes computers, iPods etc. Each machine you load those files to will be recognized by Apple when you sign into iTunes. If the machine in question is a friend's, have them grant read/write rights to the USB port and you won't need to go thru all the steps above. A simple sync of the iPod will do the trick!
Good luck and welcome to the wonderful world of iPods!
Posted on Dec 27, 2007
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