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I need to compress my photos, they are to big to E-Mail.

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  • Rob Long May 11, 2010

    first of all which email program do you use

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Save all photos in separate folder and convert to jpeg format this format compresses photos to about 1/4 of original size

Posted on Jul 13, 2008

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    David Jul 15, 2008

    only send 2/or 3 photos at once

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GetByMail can handle big downloads, but in some case it may get stuck with a particular file.

Block the stuck process. If the program is frozen, restart GetByMail offline (disconnect Internet and restart).

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