Sending jpeg pictures with hotmail

  briandy 19:14 19 Oct 2007
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This is probably an easy question but I cannot resolve it. How can I imbed jpeg pictures into the body of an email instead of sending them as attachments?

  Technotiger 19:19 19 Oct 2007

I don't use Outlook Express, but in Incredimail there is the option to 'Insert Picture' as well as 'Add Attachment'. Insert Picture puts the picture in the body of the email.

  johnnyrocker 19:31 19 Oct 2007

i am not aware of hotmail having this facility apart from add attachments. sorry ( been trying for ages )



johnny.

  HCOOH 19:35 19 Oct 2007

Outlook Express has an "insert" tab also with a variety of things to insert. You may need to resize any picture before inserting.

  johnnyrocker 19:43 19 Oct 2007

as far as i am aware your question is re hotmail and not oe?




johnny

  HCOOH 19:56 19 Oct 2007

As you say, but as it will not work then OE may be the other option which does seem to work.

  briandy 19:56 19 Oct 2007

I am using hotmail and not Outlook Express. If it is possible in OE then I should be able to use that I hope. The frustrating thing is that I managed it by accident a few weeks ago but I don't how!

  Technotiger 20:02 19 Oct 2007

Why not use Incredimail, much better/easier and free. I and all my relatives and friends use click here very easy to set-up with a hotmail address.

  Rogmur 20:09 19 Oct 2007

Hi Briandy


I am sure you can "cut & paste" jpegs,

I am sure I have done that on several
occasions myself.

Hope thats helpful

Kind Regards

Rogmur

  DieSse 23:06 19 Oct 2007

Are you really using Hotmail - or Windows Live Mail?

  Sea Urchin 00:39 20 Oct 2007

As Rogmur says you can definitely Copy/Cut and Paste, although you will probably suffer a loss in definition.

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