When i send emails they don't allways go through.sometimes they grt sent and the person on the other end cannot open the attachment and sometimes i get a responce from qmail at yahoo stateing they were sorr they could not deliver this mesg and its a permanent error. by the way i just recieved this presario notebook from my bro a cpl of weaks ago and a whole new world to me.
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Re: sending e mails
Is this primarily happening with attachments? Some mail programs do not allow for large attachments, and in turn yahoo mail may also not be capable of sending large attachments.
I would be curious if it happens with just normal emails or only with attachments.
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1) Do the parties have your correct email address. Test at least one of the parties by requesting they use the link in your email to reply to you rather than their contact list in one single email when you know they are online. If you get it from them and not the other parties, then just perhaps the others are sending to an old email address.
2) Have you searched all of your mail boxes? Sometimes a rule has been applied that filters your incoming mail and sends it to an unexpected mail box in rather than your primary mail box.
3) Have you checked your spam box. Most of us have had some mail sent to spam that was not.
4) Consider changing your password to your email.
5) Is no email coming your way or just mail from a particular party? Compose a letter to yourself and email it to your own email address. After all, no mistaking that address!
6) Have you installed any new security software? And, just maybe your own antiviral is blocking something malicious that has attached itself to an email sent your way.
7) Sometimes email gets stuck in a server somewhere on its way to you. For instance, if someone tries to send you an email with an attachment that is larger than what the email server allows, it gets stuck in their outbox and you don't get it. There may be NOTHING wrong on your end, in such a case.
Clicking the "NEW"set your Yahoo! email to use the new version instead of the Classic version.
Only if you wanted to send copies of your email to someone else except your original recepient (the email in your "To: " field), then you can use the CC or BCC field to put up email addresses of additional recepients.
Cc: stands for "Carbon Copy". If you want to send copies of the email to another person or another email address, then you can put the email address on that field. The original recepient on the "To:" field would know that you have sent copies to that person.
Bcc: stands for "Blind Carbon Copy". This means you can add up a person's email address if you want to send a copy of the email, BUT you dont want your original recepient to find out that you have sent a copy of the email to someone else.
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Because you must use another program to send it - like Outlook.
Just do it the correct way: save the ppt file on your pc, close PowerPoint, open your mail program (Outlook or whatever) , compose a new mail , attach the ppt file to it and send the message to its destination.
I assume that you are using Yahoo Mail. On your internet explorer address bar type www.yahoo.com when the site open choose yahoo mail from the list of links on the left. The mail login page open, enter your yahoo ID and password. Your mail should open at this point, choose inbox to see the mails you have. To send a new mail, from your inbox choose new, enter the address of the person you want to send the mail to and then the subject. Type your message and click the send to send the mail.
To reply a mail sent to you, open the mail, click on reply or just press "r" type your message and the click send.
What you would like to say is to forward the e-mail that you received into another person, right? Here's what you need to do:
1. Access your yahoo email.
2. Open the message that you would like to forward
3. Click the forward button and type the email address of the person that you would like to receive the message.
4. Then click Send
You can only send so much html (hyper text markup language) over a Yahoo personal email account. Try toning down what you send, it true that Yahoo mail support 10Mb transmissions, but what they don't tell is they base that number on text being sent. If your problem continues call here: Customer Care http://help.yahoo.com/ 1-866-562-7219
The problem is with the other persons email service provider. Some providers limit the size of attachment you can send or recieve. You can sometimes get round this by breaking the attachment up and sending it in smaller size files. or use a webmail system that doesn't have a limit on attachment size e.g. hotmail.