I cannot anymore send a photo to a "mail recipient" with my computer...
After choosing a photo and right cliking "send to a mail recipient" the little
window appear and ask me if I want to resize the picture, after clicking O.K. the "progression bar" start working correctly, when done, the " Outlook express" mail window don't appear as it use to with the photo or
the attachment on it.
I have downloaded........Quicktime 78.69 MB
Microsoft Office Powerpoint viewer 2003
Microsoft Office Powerpoint viewer 2007
Can you please help me to fix that problem.
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Your post doesn't say what you are trying to send to email. If you are using Windows 7, right click on what you're trying to send, then select 'send to' from the drop-down, followed by 'mail recipient'
A BlackBerry is like the holy grail of communication devices. There are certainly multiple ways of receiving messages on a BlackBerry device---via text message, BlackBerry Instant message, or even with AOL Instant Messenger (AIM). Probably the most convenient way to send a message from a computer to a BlackBerry handheld device is to send it via email. Instructions
Get the BlackBerry email address of the intended recipient. The recipient may use an alternate email account from which their messages are forwarded to their BlackBerry device.
Open your email client (e.g., Microsoft Outlook, Apple Mail or Entourage) on your computer or log on to your web-based email account.
Compose a message. Mail it to the intended recipient at the email address that they use on their BlackBerry.
It is very impossible if I'm going to enumerate the possible causes of this problem since problems with regards to e-mail sending could lie on your account itself, the software you use to send or receive e-mails, to your internet provider, or to the proper address of your recipients. First of all, what does the computer say when you attempt to e-mail your document? Just a sort of suggestion, try to send your email to your own add to check it it has been sent to your recipient.
This depends of the email client you are using. If they are sent as attachments then save those attachments or download them to your hard drive. If they are embedded in the email then you will want to right click on the pictures and choose 'save as'.
Once the pictures are in the desired folder you can right click on the file again and choose 'rename' This will give you the option to name the picture anyway you like.
Here is the solution for you . Just follow the steps below :
Open a new email and address it to whomever you are sending
the photo to.(for eg : Click on the compose mail and enter the email address)
Click "Attach," which is typically located on the tool bar
above the body of the email template. It will also generally have a
paper clip graphic to help you locate that button.
Select the "File" option. Many email programs offer a "File"
or "Photo" option; simply select the "File" option as it's much easier
and has no effect on how the file is sent or received.
Choose the photo you want to send from your computer. You can
access different files in your computer by choosing the "Browse" option
at the bottom of the Menu box. Once you pick the photo, select "Open"
to attach it to your email. This may take a few moments, so be patient.
Review your email. You should see an attachment directly
below the subject line of your email; that is your photo. You can repeat
the process to add more than one photo if you choose to do so.
Write your email and send it as you normally would.
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.
Right click on the letter drop down to SEND TO: mail recipient...(that's it-address and send) If you have Outlook Express is the baby (free) that comes with Windows Operating System...so if that is what you want, START->PROGRAMS->OUTLOOK EXPRESS ... now if you are talking about just plain "OUTLOOK" that is a program purchased in Microsoft Office Suite- Word-Excel-Publisher-Outlook-Access...like that You do have your email set up to send-Yes...if no call your ISP (internet service provider) and have them talk you through it on the phone. You're paying for the service and they are usually pretty good at helping. I hope I understood you and gave you some help.
Most people store their pictures in the My picture folder which is located in My Documents. You must also consider the size of the file before you send it. A large picture can take along time to download and the person you are sending it to may not happy about that. For example pictures taken from a 7 mega pixel digital camera can be huge and must be resized. Sometimes your email program will ask you if you would like to make your picture smaller to send. How to place a picture with your email In the email
Open a New Message box
Choose insert from the top menu, then choose Picture.
The box below appears. Press on Browse to find the picture you want to insert.
Add some Alternate Text. This shows up when the user places their mouse over the picture. Then Press OK.
The screen shot below shows that I have inserted a picture into my email. If someone sent you an email with a picture in it and you want to save it to your computer, right click your mouse on the picture. A menu will appear. Then choose save picture as....
As an attachment
Open a New Message box
Choose insert from the top menu, then choose File Attachment.
Now you can find the picture you want, click on it and the filename box will be filled in for you.Then Press Attach. See Screenshot below.
Now all you have to do it write your message and send.