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E-mail pictures using Kodak EasyShare software

When I try to e-mail pictures using Kodak EasyShare software, I receive a "Can't connect to email server, make sure you have an Internet connection" error message. What should I do?

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When I send a picture, the envelope shows sending but it never goes thru to the recipient.

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    I don't receive any message back saying the e-mail didn't go thru. It just keeps showing the envelope sending, then I have to shut computer down

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Whenever a mail server is unable to process an e-mail request, the e-mail fails and the software displays one of the following error messages: Can't connect to email server Progress bar stuck at 0% go to the following address: http://www.kodak.com/go/itg

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