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This depends on your mail client. If it is web based, there will be a button to press that allows you to select the file you wish to send. If it is client based such as Eudora, Outlook, Outlook Express, you can either drag and drop the file onto the e-mail, or click the attachment button on the toolbar.

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I am trying to attach a file in my email. But it is not allowing me to?


I presume you are using gmail. If you have a file stored in Google Drive, follow steps 1 through 4. If you have the file on your PC, seem the bold notation in step 4.

Step 1: Open Gmail in your browser, then click Compose to create a new message.
Step 2: Near the bottom of the new-mail window, locate and click the Google Drive icon.
Step 3: Now you'll see the contents of your Google Drive. Choose one or more files, then select the Attachment option in the bottom-right corner. At first glance it may not look like anything has happened, but basically you're just toggling between that and the Drive Link option.
Step 4: Click the blue Insert button (bottom-left corner), then send your message as usual.
This is a bit different than adding an attachment that's stored on your PC, which is done by clicking the paperclip icon (in step 2) instead.

Most email servers refuse to send email attachments above 10 MB. Email was never designed to be storage for files.

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Can someone tell me the steps to send a group of pictures as an attachment to an e-mail. I'm not good at the computer. Any help would be appreciated.


The exact steps may vary slightly based on what program or website you are using as your email provider, however, I will try to give you a general idea:

If you are going to send a lot of pictures at once, you might want to create a .zip file by putting them all in one folder, then right-clicking on that folder and clicking "Send to>>Compressed (zipped) folder". This will create a new, single file that has all of the images in it. This will make it easier to send.

Open your email and create a new message. Click the attachment button. Click browse, then select the zipped file on your computer (it will be wherever you created it, Desktop, My Documents, etc.). Click Add to email. Once you see the zipped file showing under attachments on your email, you are ready to send the email.

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How to see attachments in the received mails


HI,

Please follow the below step

step 1: Open yahoo.com

step 2: sign in

step 3: enter your email id and password

step 3: then after click on inbox

step 4: click on email which you want to read

step 5: so you can see please check attached jpg or etc its means one or more file attached with this email

step 6 : you can see any image left side

step 7 : click on this

step 8 : then you can see this massages (No virus threat detected, File: untitled.jpg download file

step 9: you need to click on download file

step 10: if you want only open and see or read this file then you click in open and if you want save this attached the file in your computer then you should select save option and define location for save a file

thanking you

davevipul197

Dec 20, 2010 | Yahoo Mail

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How to delete the attached files sent in the past? i don't want them in receiver's inbox


If you're sending the email from your computer using Microsoft Outlook or Incredimail,
  • Right click on the email you want to resend and from the menu that appears select FORWARD
  • The email will open up for you to make any changes showing the names of the attached files
  • Right click on the attachment and select REMOVE
  • The email can then be sent without the attachments
If you use an online email facility it would depend on which one you use but the steps are more than likely pretty much the same.

Nov 29, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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How do i attach mail from word document to email


Save the file in Word.
(Note down the location of the folder where he file is saved)

Login to your email account
Start a New Email
Do the usual steps.
You will see a button which says "Attach File"
Click on that button
Click on the word "Browse"
Locate the file you want to attach.
Once you find the file, click on it, and click on Open.
Now the file will be attached to the mail.

After attaching the file, click on "SEND" to send the file.
Hope this will work for you.
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Can I email my projects if I am using MSN.Com email? how do I set that up in control panel?


  1. tep 1 Go to your e-mail program.
  2. Step 2 Click the New Mail, Write Message or similar button, depending on your application to create a new e-mail message.
  3. Step 3 Enter the address of the recipient in the To field.
  4. Step 4 Type a subject in the Subject field.
  5. Step 5 Add a message to the body of the e-mail as usual.
  6. Step 6 Click the Attachments button. Many programs have an icon of a paperclip for it. Also look for an Insert File or Insert Attachment option in the File menu.
  7. Step 7 Browse your files to find the attachment you want to send. You may need to click on a Browse or Find button to see your directory.
  8. Step 8 Click on the filename. If your program allows you to attach more than one file at once, hold down the Control key (or Shift key on a Mac) as you select another one.
  9. Step 9 Click the Attach Insert or Open button, depending on your e-mail program.
  10. Step 10 To send another file from a different location, click the Attachments but-ton again and repeat the steps.
  11. Step 11 Click the Send button when you're done.

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Scan 5 pages. I go to email I have 5 seperate


you can do that by following steps 1.scanning all that pages and save them as different files in your computer. 2. open a word document and copy all the contents of the five different files and paste them in the word doc and save it 3. while mailing you can attach this word document to send all the files as a single attachment

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Palm to iPhone


Assuming you are using Palm desktop, have an email account, and can receive emails on your iPhone:
1) Open Palm Desktop on your computer and click on Contacts.
2) Click on Categories and select "ALL".
3) Go to Edit and click "Select All" (all contacts should be highlighted)
4) Go to File and click "Export Vcard"
5) A dialog box will prompt you for a file name. Use what every name you prefer, but remember the file name and location. Your contacts will all be saved as a vCard file (vcf)
6) Now go to your email account and send yourself an email and "attach" the file you created from step 5.
7) On your iphone, receive the email from step 6 above. Scroll down to the bottom of the email and you will see the attached file from step 6 above.
8) Click on the attachment and you will be prompted by iPhone to add the contacts to your contact list. Follow the intructions.

Should work like a charm! [There are other ways of exporting from Palm to the iphone by exporting from Palm to a CSV file and then importing, after mapping fields, to either a Windows Address Book file or an Outlook (not Outlook Express) file. The advantage is the ability to sync on a batch basis with your iphone.. helpful to quickly add changes/new records to your iphone. But the vCard method outlined above is easiest]

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Unable to receive emails from certain contacts


I'm assuming that "send" should be "receive" because you most definitely can send attachments from a Hotmail account, no matter what type, as we'll see in a second.
There are two solutions, neither of them pretty:
  1. Have the sender send the attachment again, with a different name, or as a compressed file. ".zip" files are fine. ".exe" files are not. So if your sender creates a .zip archive of the .exe file that he's trying to send you, that you can save, and then decompress back into it's original form and name.
    Heck, just renaming the file is enough. Have the sender rename the .exe file into a .txt file and send that as an attachment. You'll be able to download it, and then rename it back to a .exe.
  2. Forward the attachment to a non-Hotmail account. Hotmail doesn't mention this approach, but sure enough, even though you can't open the unsupported attachments, you can forward them to a different account on a different service. If that service allows you to open the attachment, you've got it.
Hotmail's goal here is, obviously, to make it difficult to open malware in attachments by accident. You have to take steps of some sort; you have to think about it.
If you go through those steps, and you still get infected? Well, it was your own doing.

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Importing an Outlook .pst file


Here are the easy steps on how to do it:

-Save your account to which folder or drive you want in your PC or Laptop.
-Open your active email address
=> Compose
a new email
=>Attach Files
=>
Click the outlook file you want to attach,
=>
Click the Open button
=>
Hit the Attach Files button
=> Then send.

That's it...u have it now.

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