Sending photo as an attachment via Live Mail

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Software' started by cranheim, Jan 7, 2011.

  1. cranheim

    cranheim New Member

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    Is there a way to send a photo (Jpg) as an attachment using Windows Live Mail the same way as Outlook Express would do? When I try to send a photo as an attachment it is sent in an album using SkyDrive (What ever that is). I can sent word files OK, but not photos.
    Thanks for your help
    Charles Ranheim
     
  2. khordin

    khordin New Member

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    Click on the album in the e-mail, in the Format toolbar select paperclip and it's done!
     
  3. john3347

    john3347 Extraordinary Member
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    You can send a photo as a standard file (first option in the attachments row - same as word files). This should answer the specific question you asked.

    If your recipients have Silverlight installed - or are willing to install it - the photo album does make a very good vehicle for multiple photos. I often send 25 and up to 100 large photos at a time in one email. The recipient views them all and downloads and saves whichever of them they wish.
     

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