Articles tagged: email attachments
Emailing large attachments is typically a bad idea, as your mail may not be delivered. I’ll look at alternatives.
Pictures in email don’t always display. The reasons are varied and confusing, but I’ll review the three most common causes of problems and what you need to do.
Emailing attachments — particularly large files — is getting more and more difficult as ISPs limit size and scan for malware.
There are many reasons pictures don’t show up in email. I’ll review the complex world that is email, and some of the things that can go wrong.
XP machines may have a slightly increased risk of spreading malware. But in the end it boils down to safe computing habits – both for you and your friends.
Your email should be able to open image files if your Windows Explorer can. Fortunately, I have a few possible solutions to this problem.
Sending and receiving images in email is incredibly complex, sometimes I’m amazed it works at all! But we’ll look at some common reasons why email images may fail to forward.
Emailing a movie file sounds like it is going to be easy, but you are certain to run across limitations set by your ISP – and it’s going to be slow! I’ll look at a couple of other ways to do it.
Email is ubiquitous and convenient, yet surprisingly not very secure. I’ll look at why that is and when you should worry.
Depending on what email program you use, putting an image into the body of an email can be easy, difficult, or nearly impossible.
Due to complexity of attachments in emails, changes you’ve made to a document that was emailed to you can disappear.