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  Thursday, November 26, 2009 – Permalink –

Send Pictures

Email Photos

If you have a photo on your computer, from a digital camera or something that has been scanned to produce a JPG, GIF, or PNG file.

Here are two choices for doing that:

  1. Send the photo as an attachment to an email. It'll show up as an icon at the top of the email for the receiver to click and open in their picture viewer. This is the most common option.
  2. Embed the photo into a HTML formatted message so it appears in the text of the message just like a photo in a newspaper article. This looks nicer for people who want to read the message and not necessarily work with the photo file. But there are compatibility issues to keep in mind.
Whichever way you choose, you need to keep an eye on the overall size of the message. With higher resolution cameras available it's easy to go over the recipient's limit for incoming messages.
There is a little more to it. Here is a link to a great newsletter that comes in handy again and again:

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<Doug Klippert@ 3:35 AM

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  Thursday, August 16, 2007 – Permalink –

Replace Today

Weather or not

Replace MSNBC's Outlook Today page

"For the past several years, MSNBC provided a customized Outlook Today page that added news, weather, and stocks to the Outlook Today page. They recently discontinued the service and provided instructions to uninstall it.

Not all is lost however. You can replace their news, weather, and stock feeds with feeds of your own. FrontPage offers replacement applets in the Insert, Web components menu or you can find scripts or applets on the Internet to use.

Here is a replacement page available for download. You will need to enter your own zip code or ICAO code for local weather, instructions are here. Instructions are in the HTML to change the news to feed to international or to provide sports news etc."

[Edited entry from 9/24/2004]

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<Doug Klippert@ 6:39 AM

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  Thursday, July 19, 2007 – Permalink –



Here are some guidelines for creating HTML formatted emails.

It includes suggestions on the use of inline CSS and tables.

There are also links to other sources

HTML-formatted mail message

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<Doug Klippert@ 7:58 AM

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