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When I try to email a photo, in the Send Pictures by E-mail dialog box I click Make all my pictures smaller, an email message does not come up so I can send them. It looks like they are going somewhere but I have no idea where. I email in Outlook Express, I can send them by inserting attachment but they are too big. Is there a wrong setting?

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  • belvedere Aug 01, 2008

    No help at all, I went into your tutorials "I an't resize my picture for email" and followed instructions and still not working.

  • belvedere Aug 01, 2008

    When I click "Make my pictures smaller" in the send pictures by email dialog box, it says "preparing to send and the name of the file" but no e-mail message pops up for me to send it. Where is it going to if I have not specified and how can I get that email message to pop up? It looks like they are going to file somewhere. But where?

  • belvedere Aug 01, 2008

    I have been sending them by inserting attachment, but they are too big, I don't think its the size of my pictures, I want to know why I am not getting the pop-up box to address the email

  • belvedere Aug 01, 2008

    It is time consuming to change all the pictures in paint, I have tried that.
    when I first got my computer I could send them by right-clicking on the picture and sending to mail recipient and everything was fine, but now the box does not pop up for me to address. Is there something wrong with a setting?

  • belvedere Aug 01, 2008

    I know you cannot send a lot of pictures that way, but what about one? When it says preparing to send and the green line is going across the screen, where is it going and why is the box not popping up?

  • belvedere Aug 01, 2008

    They are different sizes, most are around 700-800kb, some over 1 mb, I am using windows xp picture tasks to email them, they are going somewhere, but I am not getting the pop-up box to address them

  • belvedere Aug 01, 2008

    Can you tell me why I am not getting the box to address an email and where they are going to?

  • belvedere Aug 01, 2008

    What you are suggesting is exactly what I have been doing all along, when I click the make my pictures smaller box, it says preparing to send, the green dots go across the screen and disappear and the email box does not pop up. This is what I have been doing and it's not working.

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Using Windows Explorer to email and send photos is notorious for not working.

I would use Painbrush (mspaint) bring up the run command and type mspaint, to resize and save your photos in jpeg to a unique folder. These I would drag into your HTML email in OE.

Using Explorer to find and them email and send is always going to dissapoint you.

As to where they are going? They are in your temp folders.

Stop using Explorer. Resize and save them as jpeg. Configure OE to use HTML email and then drag them into your email.

Then, you will be happy and the photos will get sent.

Best of luck,
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Fix it

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N Outlook Express:

  1. Click Create Mail to open a New Message window.
  2. Fill in the To and Subject lines and type in your message.
  3. Click the Attach button, locate the file in the Insert Attachment box and click Attach. Use Ctrl-click to select multiple files.
  4. Click Send.

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    Moses Clive Aug 01, 2008

    Attachment basics
    When you send photos in e-mail, the photos go along for the ride as
    attachments, just like any other file you add to an e-mail.

    To attach a photo
    in Outlook:



    1. Click New to open a Message window.

    2. Fill in the To and Subject boxes as usual and type any message you wish
      to accompany the photos.

    3. Click Insert File (the paperclip icon), locate your file through the
      Insert File box, click the file's name and then click the Insert button. If
      you wish to add multiple files from within the same folder, hold down the
      Ctrl key while clicking multiple files, then click the Insert button.

    4. Repeat Step 3 for any other files you wish to attach.

    5. Click Send.


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I suggest to just create a zip folder and put all your pix there then create a mail and attach the zip folder with the pix.

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Go to the folder where you keep pictures, click right button of mouse on picture and chose properties, you will get picture size info.
Tell us how big is the picture in KBs or MB.
Tell also what program you use to make pcture smaller.
Some email does not accept attachments bigger than 1 MB or so, that is the cause for this.
If picture are too big on start, eve the command to make picture smaller is not making them small enough, you will need to use a graphic editor (photoshop, paintshop pro, etc.) to make them small enough.

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    Ginko Aug 01, 2008

    Windows XP itself has an option to resize pictures.
    Try doing the following
    First select the photo or photos using Windows Explorer.

    In the left hand pane select File and folder tasks (use the down pointing chevrons to expand that section if needed)

    There should be an option "Email this file", and if selected gives a further option to "make all my pictures smaller"

    Otherwise








    Image resizer for xp adds a resize option to your right click. Its a very handy addition if you handle a lot of photos. http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/d...p...


    Scroll down the right side of the page to find it.



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    Ginko Aug 01, 2008

    Can you answer to my wuestions instead of repeating same things and voting out all solutions?

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    Ginko Aug 01, 2008

    Did you try the first method, here:


    First select the photo or photos using Windows Explorer.

    In the left hand pane select File and folder tasks (use the down pointing chevrons to expand that section if needed)

    There should be an option "Email this file", and if selected gives a further option to "make all my pictures smaller"


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    Ginko Aug 01, 2008

    Then Windows is malfunctioning both picture resize and outlook express are parts of Windows intallation.
    To fix windows you can use system restore:

    To do system restore On Win XP:





    1.

    Click Start.


    2.

    Point to All Programs.


    3.

    Point to Accessories.


    4.

    Point to System Tools.


    5.

    Click System Restore.


    6.

    Follow the instructions on the wizard to bring system back to recent date when you are sure you hadn't the problem.


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Open the picture in Paint Brush (start>all programs>accessaries>paint), and save it as <file name>.JPEG. The picture size will go down and you can send good quality pictures.

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The best way to send email pictures is through your normal email account when email is written click the add program/picture button will take you to your files choose picture to send click the attach button picture will be attached to email you can add other ones if needed
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Most isp limit the size of emails to 5 or 10mb you want to ensure your pictures are in jpeg format as this format take a picture from 5/6 mb down to 345kb approx more can be emailed this way
there are plenty of programs to convert bmp and other formats to jpeg

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Can you make me one info cleared

are you sending the photos taken in the digital camera directly?

if so its size will be large

first use normal mail service in website to attach the photos to have a check

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Sometimes your mail server restrict the maximum file siz for your email that is why you have this problem...

Hope that helps......

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    Mark Gil Aug 01, 2008

    Try this In Outlook Express, Tools/Options, Send Tab have the following: Mail Sending Format - the HTML box is selected, however below that I have the News Sending Format and the HTML box was not selected.

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    Mark Gil Aug 01, 2008

    Check your outbox and drafts folder ....

  • Mark Gil
    Mark Gil Aug 01, 2008

    Try this first Click on Creat mail from your outlook then type the email and click on attach, then look for the picture that you want to send..

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