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Re: Send attachments to some mail recipients but not...
I think not.
First send email to everyone with everything everyone needs to know, then another to the ones who need files. OR emails to people who dont need attachments and spesific emails to those who need attachments.
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place all scans in a folder the send the folder to e-mail recipient
to do that right click on the folder you create and a drop box will open
in that box will be a --send to --and you will see mail recipient
click on that and an e-mail will open with the folder as an attachment
put in the e-mail address and subject heading
type any message you wnt in the body of the e-mail and send
<p>If you have documents stored in Adobe Portable Document
Format, or PDF files on your computer that you want to share with someone, send
an email to the receiver, which then retrieve the email application on your
computer. If your receiver an iPod Touch, a portable media device from Apple,
they can access the Internet via Wi-Fi After they released the iPod Touch Mail
app native and check the last to receive e-mail, the PDF file appears as a
attachment to what she read on the device. <br />
<p>1. Launch your email application on your computer. <br />
<p>2. Start a new email message. Enter the email address of the
recipient in "To" field or click the recipient's address in your
contact list automatically add to the message box "To" field. <br />
<p>3. Click "Confirm" or "File" menu of the
application of e-mail, click "Confirm" and click a folder on your
computer you want to send the PDF. PDF Click to select it and click Open. Your
e-mail you can also drag a PDF file from a folder on the hard drive of your
computer directly into the box e-mail to confirm. <br />
<p>4. Click "Send" to e-mail with attached PDF file.
Your recipient can then check your e-mail from your iPod Touch, tap the message
you, and then tap the PDF document to open and read. <br />
one way around is to open a new folder on desktop then transfer/save the pictures to that folder
having done that click on the folder then send to e-mail recipient
that opens up a new e-mail with the folder as an attachment and type in the new e-mail address then send
the problem is that if the photos are in the body of the e-mail when forwarding on, the format of the pictures is not reproduced as in the original message
Select Menu > Messaging > Create message and a message type.
In the To: field, enter the recipient's number or e-mail address (network service). To select a recipient, select Add. You can have more than one recipient.
In the Text: field, write your message.To insert a special character or a smiley, select Options > Insert symbol.
To attach content to the message, scroll to the attachment bar at the bottom of the display, and select the desired type of content. The message type changes automatically to multimedia message.
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.
Follow these steps : •1 Place your scanned messages in an easy-to-find folder or on your desktop so that you can quickly locate the files to send them.
•2 Launch your e-mail application, such as Yahoo! or Gmail, and create a new message. Enter the recipient's address in the "To:" field and type in your note in the body of the e-mail message.
•3 Click the "attach" link or button in your open message to append the photos and scanned messages to the e-mail. This action causes a box to automatically appear, which allows you to locate and select your desired photos and messages. Once you've selected the file you would like to attach, click a button like "Done" to complete the link between your files and the e-mail. Alternately, some mail applications, such as Mac OSX mail, allow you to click and drag the files to the body of the message to create the attachment. If you need further instruction on creating an attachment, see your e-mail provider's "Help" or "FAQ" page for guidance.
•4 Click the "Send" button in your e-mail message to send your photos and scanned messages. The e-mail may take longer than normal to complete the delivery process, depending on the number and size of the files that you are sending.
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.
How does a webcam work?
There are two different ways to use a webcam at home — through e-mail and with instant messaging programs.
E-mail your video files
To use a webcam with e-mail, first launch the software that comes with the camera. Depending on the model, the process of e-mailing and recording your video messages may vary. Press Start or Record to begin the video message. Click Stop and then preview the video. You can then click E-mail or Send, which will automatically open your default e-mail program (Outlook 2007).
When sending a video e-mail, the longer the video message recorded, the bigger the attachment will be, so make sure the recipient’s computer can handle the size. The recipient of the e-mail does not need special software to see your video message; he or she simply chooses to open the attachment and the mini-movie will play.