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Picture project woes


posted by cheyanne53 on Jun 12, 2008 Report abuse

I have picture project with my nikon   camera, and when I originally installed it on my Mac computer, it was linked to a mail program(for mailing pics).  that mail program is now defunct, and I don't  know how to  "reassign" the picture project to my yahoo mail account.  Any ideas?

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Setup a client application instead of using the web interface for your Yahoo email and set it as the default mail program on your Mac. I believe the Picture Project software emails to the system's default email program; whatever that is.

I personally recommend Thunderbird.

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