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I need to know how to send a photo of my drivers license to PayPal for ID verification


Take a photo of your licence, then take the SD card out of your Camera and put it in your laptop. find the link under my computer.
Move the pic to a folder like Email Attachments then when you email the paypal and insert the pic from the folder.

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How do i send photos to another phone


Method 2 Sending Pictures from One Phone to Another
  1. Open the picture on your phone that you want to send. Use your Photos app on your phone to open the image that you want to send.
  2. Tap the "Share" button. ...
  3. Select the method that you want to share the image. ...
  4. Finish sending the message.

4 Ways to Send Pictures to a Cell Phone - wikiHow

www.wikihow.com/Send-Pictures-to-a-Cell-Phone How do send photos to another phone Google Search ..try this link out

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UUuuhh how do i send photos


You TV will not be able to send photos, as it has limited functions and is not set to work as a full computer. You however can view (receive photos for viewing on the tv screen.) If your TV has a USB port, you can transfer your photos from your computer or camera to a thumb drive (A USB memory storage stick) which you then can plug into the USB port on your tv.
There are other ways to send photos to your tv, but there is not space here to get into how to do that.

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Emmail pictures from my apple Iphone


Very well. after you take you pic, go to photos, camera roll, check the photo you want to send, click icon in bottom left corner, click next, click mail icon, enter email address you want to send to

Sep 10, 2014 | Apple iPhone4 4G iPhone 4

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I have a DMC-TZ6 camera. I am having problems sending the photos in emails. They take forever to load up - nearly 1.5 minutes each! Is there a solution?


Hello

Well, this can be due to a couple of reasons. It can be due to the internet connection speed you have.

The lower the speed, the longer it will take.

The most probable problem is that the photos resolution is very high, hence, a large sized photo. Because the photo is so big in size, it will take a while.

You can minimize the resolution by using "Paint(Windows application)'

Hope this can steer you in the right directions.

Kind regards
Andrea

Aug 31, 2010 | Panasonic Cameras

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When I go to send the photos, I get the message 'Could not connect to mail server. If offline, connect to internet and try again." I am connected to the internet and use Microsoft Internet Explorer. ...


You need to set your default email settings, so it knows what email client to use.
Google for your email clients settings.
I just use Internet explorer and hotmail, or chrome and gmail to send photos. These combinations enable you to send multiple photos, auto resized for you

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When I send an image in outlook express, it is received by others as a red x.


Today's high resolution digital cameras produce multi Megabyte photos. These are great for printing but cause a heavy burden when sending over the Internet.

Shrink Pic allows you to send dozens of photos as email attachments - quickly and with no effort at all!

All you need to do is install Shrink Pic. It automatically detects when you're sending large photo files and compresses them in the background.

There's no setup, no operating instructions, nothing, nada. Just send your photos normally and Shrink Pic takes care of shrinking them.


Also, make sure you get no errors when sending out the email in outlook express.

Jan 02, 2010 | Microsoft Outlook Express

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Motorola z3 , cant recieve picture messages


any photo you take with your phone can be sent, the 1600x1200 pixel photos are the largest this phone will take which is a 2.0 megapixel photo, when you send these, your internet provider will require them to be a certain size, for instance tmobile will require that the photos are 640x480, so your phone will resize them, before they are sent via mms. If you send them by bluetooth directly to someone in range they will be the full 1600x1200 pixel size or what ever size you take. Recieved photos must be this size or less and JPG format for them to be viewable on your phone... if they are larger they will not be recieved , this is normal. due to size constraints.. let me know if you need any further help... :-)

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All mail stays in the outbox.


I think the problem lies with Internet explorer. I was using Send Photos with no issues - upgraded Explorer and suddenly couldn't use it any more - photos would stay in outbox. I had to switch from yahoo mail to Outlook express and then it would work ok.

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