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jfaatz

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I rarely have trouble receiving pictures that open within the body of e-mails sent to me, but when I forward them they arrive in attachment filename only and have to be individually opened to view. Please tell me what I have to do or buy so that I can send pictures and graphics to my friends so that they don't have to open each one manually. Often times it spoils the whole presentation. Is it possible that my PC #2 that I forward to, to check for delivery is the problem, and that my friends are receiving the pictures opening as desired?

I am using IE with Hotmail. I am running two PCs with XP SP2 home and broadband.

Edited by jfaatz, 06 September 2006 - 10:17 PM.

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phybyr0ptyk

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Switch to Firefox and Gmail. If you want to do this, I will gladly give you an invite. Definately switch browsers though. If you want an invite just PM me or reply here, however do not post your email here.

Edited by phybyr0ptyk, 07 September 2006 - 10:20 AM.

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Johanna

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If you use Outlook Express, Tools> Options>Send> HTML settings> tick "send pictures with messages" and make sure HTML mail is enabled (not plain text)

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