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I have been trying for a week or more to send some pictures in email. It shows "sending mail" in the lower right corner for hours. At first, it was going into the sent folder ok, but the people I sent them to never received it. I'm using Outlook Express 6 on a desktop computer with Windows XP Media Center Edition. I never had this problem before. Can you help?

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I am using Outlook Express with Windows XP Media Center Edition. Until the last week or so, I had no problems sending emails, but now it seems to take hours to send an email. I haven't made any changes on the computer. I am trying now to send emails with file attachments that are pictures, and it takes hours for them to send. Can someone please help?

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What is the connection upload speed and how big are the images

I merged the posts as the cause is probably the size of image file
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I don't know what the connection upload speed is. How would I find that out?

The image sizes may be fairly large, but they don't go even if I only do a couple at a time.

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