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I am running Olympus master 2 on Windows Vista. When I try to "launch mailer" after selecting 6 photos to send via email, I get the error "failed to send e-mail".

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  • jakflash60 Aug 12, 2008

    Thanks so much for your help! I closed and re-opened Olympus Master 2 and was then able to launch the emailer with the images I had chosen. Thanks again!

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By the way can you send regular picture/image attachment using that same email that failed to send the image created from Olympus master 2? Did you also check the file of the image maybe its too ;arge and try also to close the Olympus master 2 then open it back up and send the email again..

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