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chris100

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Hi there,

When forwarding emails or sending new emails the system places graphics as attachments and not in the body of the text - this is very annoying and wastes time etc. Can someone please help me!

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Hi, Chris100. Welcome to Geeks to Go!

I've been looking through Hotmail's help, and I just don't see any alternative way to insert an image file except as an attachment.
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Yeh, Linda's right and it's a bummer about the online Hotmail. Try using Outlook Express or another email client to send email with images. Both my IncrediMail and OE will allow images in the body. When received at Hotmail online they are still in the body as sent as well as listed attachments. If you have one of the Hotmail original accounts that can be set up in OE, then you're good to go. Wish Hotmail would change the Attach options to Insert. :whistling:

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MSN HOTMAIL PROBLEM



Hi there Linda and Ron,

Thank you for your help I will swop my email provider. Sorry I have taken so long to reply but have been off line due to a dispute with the internet provider.

Thanks to you both.

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