I do not know how to send a picture from my printer to an email. I put the picture in and place the printer on "scan" with the window saying to email. Nothing happens! What is the correct way to do this. I also cannot find the Epson Smart Panel on my desktop.
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Re: Help on sending email from my printer
Above is the Epson site and your model. Download the latest drivers and software and you should be able to email pictures fine.
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How to send a photograph attached to an e-mailIt's easy to send a photography to us or to anybody else, using the software that you normally use to send email.However, you can't attach a photo file or any other kind of file unless you know exactly where it's located on your computer. Most pictures will be located within the overall folder "My Pictures" which is within the folder "My Documents"
Compose a message in your email software, such as America Online or Outlook Express
Find the button for attachments on your email software. It may look like a paper clip and it will probably say "attach files".
Click on that button. An explorer window will open.
Navigate to the folder where the file you want to send is located. For example, mypictures/2007Jan/0123.jpg
Click on the name of the picture or other file.
If you want to send more than one file, hold down the "control" key and click on the additional file names.
The display of the email message you're sending will have change. It will now say something like "attachments (1) 0123.jpg"
The message will probably also tell you the size of the file(s) you have attached - "140KB" for example.
Email with attachments takes longer to upload than plain text. If your photos are large, it may take a minute or more.
You scan save the picture as a JPEG or the text document,PDF is prefered, to a temporary place, say desktop . then "attach" it to your eamil. You click ATTACH and then browse to the place the file is, and "Attach it" then ya send it.
You can also cut/copy paste INTO the body of ya email. That works too.
I have a Brother MFC-665CW. I need to scan pictures and send them to my email. When I press the 'send to email' button it finds my pc and says 'connecting to pc' then nothing happens.
HELP ME PLEASE! What am I doing wrong?