I am having problems sending pictures to people via e-mail. It says that it was sent but they don't get the e-mail. I am not sure if it is an issue with the camera software installation or my e-mail. I even copied myself and didn't get the e-mail.
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Re: Having problems e-mailing pictures
You can try different software for sending the photos via email. You can get a fast, free, and simple photo organizer at www.preclick.com. It will handle all of your photo needs, from downloading the photos from your camera, to resizing them to make them easy to email.
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Your gmail wil not show if it's sent via gmail you will need to set up your gmail in you mail settings on your iPad that way you can send and read your mail using your iPad mail app you will find your mail in your settings hope this helps
one way around is to open a new folder on desktop then transfer/save the pictures to that folder
having done that click on the folder then send to e-mail recipient
that opens up a new e-mail with the folder as an attachment and type in the new e-mail address then send
the problem is that if the photos are in the body of the e-mail when forwarding on, the format of the pictures is not reproduced as in the original message
You should scan your computer for viruses and malwares. There are many types of virus that sends emails automatically, especially if you are using microsoft outlook. If you don't have an anti-virus, you can get them for free. Avira anti-virus is recommended. http://www.avira.com/en/avira-free-antivirus
Let me know if it is fixed or if you are still having problems. =)
if you are using an e-mail program like outlook, make sure the outgoing e-mail server is configured properly with the correct port to let it sent out e-mails. make sure as well that you do not have any security software that will block you from sending e-mails using the computer on which you are having the issue . hope this helps
How do you access your e-mail through your phone? Is it via Web browser or via e-mail client (POP or IMAP)?
If the problem is showing while your e-mail is being accessed via the Web browser, then the problem could be either your wireless carrier or your e-mail provider.
But if it's being accessed through your e-mail client, then all you have to do is to check the Outgoing SMTP port number. You may need to check your Outgoing SMTP port and you could use any of the following: 25, 2525, 587 for non SSL and 465 for SSL.
go to pictures/graphics folder and select your picture you would like to send. select options and press send via.. then select via message. make sure your phone allows you to send multimedia pictures, that may be your problem
Yahoo is still having some problems at the moment. Suggested cures
range from Update Adobe Flash Player and Java script to clear IE7
cache, cookies, and browsing history. Different things seem to work for
different people. It's causing attachments to not show, 999 errors
where it won't let you do a particular action and some people cannot
send receive delete or move mail. It's not just Vista either it's
happening to some of us on XP. If all else fails go back to classic
mail via this link. http://us.mg1.mail.yahoo.com/dc/optout?s... click yes when asked do you want to opt out. Hope this helps.RICHARDM69