Attach photos in Outlook


When I get a mail, I can not (as before) se the photos, in the mail, but I
must open them, one by one. And the same problem when I send a mail, whit
attach photos.

How can I do, so I can se the opend photos, right after the text in the
mail? ( dont need to open them seperatly)

Thank you in advance :-)

Dorthe, Denmark


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When I get a mail, I can not (as before) se the photos, in the mail, but I
must open them, one by one. And the same problem when I send a mail, whit
attach photos.

How can I do, so I can se the opend photos, right after the text in the
mail? ( dont need to open them seperatly)

Thank you in advance :-)

Dorthe, Denmark




When I get a mail, I can not (as before) se the photos, in the mail, but I
must open them, one by one. And the same problem when I send a mail, whit
attach photos.

How can I do, so I can se the opend photos, right after the text in the
mail? ( dont need to open them seperatly)

Thank you in advance :-)

Dorthe, Denmark




Can anyone tell me how to change the way you have attachments opening in
outlook 2000? The client recieves a html document and is always prompted to
either save or open the file. " The do not prompt this message" at the bottom
is greyed out and can not be checked to stop it from popping up. Please
advise of a way to change this setting.
Thanks so much




When I try to attach pics in outlook, a sign up windows appears as
(loginpassword.com ) .My children use hotmail, not myself Help would be
appreciated.Thanks




Hi,
How to configure subject and attachment reminder in outlook 2003.I am
having two induvidual scripts at a time i am unable to use two options i am
able to use subject reminder or attachment reminder at a time.
thanks.
Venu




I just uplgraded to windows 7 and office 2007. I send emails through a
distribution list that charges me on the file size of my emails. So what I do
is upload images to a server then have my outlook stream the photos in the
email rather than attach them. Well I can not seem to find out how to do this
in outlook 2007, so i then downloaded the windows live mail but that doesn't
seem to work when I tell it to not attach the images. I have been working on
this way too long! Can someone help?




I can't find any way to "shrink" a 3MB photo to a more manageable size. In
Outlook 2003 there is the obvious "options" menue that pops up when an
attachment is...attached. How do you adjust that in Outlook 2007?




How do I view the photos I have attached to an email within the email? In
outlook express it automatically shows the photos attached. And also, when I
try to attach photos, right now it only shows icons but not the photos
themselves. How do I see exactly what i am attaching?




In outlook 2003 I always used the 'Attachment options' button in the 'new
message' window to downsize my digital photos.
I can't find this option in outlook 2007.
Please advise.
Thnaks.




Hi folks I am getting very frustrated with outlook as when I embed my photos
into my emails.
When I embed them in my email they are bigger than the original photo and
distort terrible when sent. They do have handles on them to make smaller etc
but that doesn't help as I want the to embed like they do in outlook express.
If I put send them as an attachment they stay good but I need to be able to
embed them.. Is there something I need to change so that when embedded they
are the same as the original.
Thanks for your help.




Hi,

I have recently upgraded to Vista Ultimate and Office 2007 Ultimate, and I
seem to be having some irritating problems when trying to send photos with
outlook 2007. In the past you could attach a photo to your mail message and
outlook would give you the option to change the photo size (to make it
smaller for mailing). I can't seem to get this to work for Outlook 2007. I
have tried going to the pictures folder, right clicking the photos I want to
mail and then selectign send to - mail recipient, the problem is that if I
have selected 5 pictures to e-mail , outlook emails the same picture 5 times
instead of the 5 different pictures. I would really appreciat any help you
could offer.




Hi,

I have recently upgraded to Vista Ultimate and Office 2007 Ultimate, and I
seem to be having some irritating problems when trying to send photos with
outlook 2007. In the past you could attach a photo to your mail message and
outlook would give you the option to change the photo size (to make it
smaller for mailing). I can't seem to get this to work for Outlook 2007. I
have tried going to the pictures folder, right clicking the photos I want to
mail and then selectign send to - mail recipient, the problem is that if I
have selected 5 pictures to e-mail , outlook emails the same picture 5 times
instead of the 5 different pictures. I would really appreciat any help you
could offer.




hi,
exchange 2010 SP1, starting yesterday we are having a problem trying to attach a document which is more than 70 KB in outlook web app, but when you use microsoft outlook everything is working fine.
i have no idea what happened because initially it was workin fine and we didn't change anything.
is there anywhere where settings can be changed for attachment size in OWA? i have checked on the mail size limits, i am only finding the one where you modify the general settings from hub transport send and recieve connectors.
i really need help as i have a good number of users accessing there mail through OWA and if the can't attach anything, it means they can't send reports, so i need a solution to this.
thank you.
this is the error coming up when one tries to attach a file:

"Sorry, your request can't be handled right now. If the problem continues, contact your helpdesk."




Hello all,

We have user who is having problems opening Excel Attachments in Outlook 2010 32 bit. She says it hangs for a long time until it will open or it will hang indefinitely when she double clicks the attachment. Now, she can save it to her local network drive and open it that way but it sometimes hang there for awhile as well. No error message pops up and I physically have not seen this error,but I was jut the one assigned to try to fix it.

The setup for the users in my company is they are running off of Terminal Services on Windows Server 2008 32 bit through VM Ware with the mail going through Microsoft Exchange 2010 server and it is the Microsoft Office Suite 2010.

I have looked through various forums, and I know some of the issues revolve around anti-virus software. Currently we do not have any running on those Windows servers, so I have narrowed down that effect. It seems like various issues could possibly be effecting from other problems I have read, but I wanted to see if anyone had this problem or similar and what they did to resolve it.

Thank you for any help that you have.




I am unable to attach documents to my email in Outlook. Every time I try a
window pops up and says "Word has encountered an error and must shut down."
I am using Microsoft Office 2003, and I've tried uninstalling and
re-installing already.




Until recently I could open all .TIF and .jpg attachments reveived in Outlook.
Now I can not open either. "It was sent as an email attachment but not
decoded" is the response from Adobe on the screen.
I am very confused!
Thanks for any help/




552 5.3.4 Error writing message - a message size of 3076 kilobytes exceeds
the size limit of 3074 kilobytes computed for this transaction

This is the error message I get while trying to send a 3mb file attachment.
How do I increase the message size in outlook 2003?




I have received an email with an .exe attachment that I absolutly know for
sure is a safe program. How do I unblock this attachment in Outlook?




Hello. I hope someone has a solution to this problem as it just started
after many many months of attaching photos to my emails. I get an error
message that says "operation failed" and a microsoft word box appears. I
have no idea how to fix this, I can attach everything else but photos and I
have done a dectect and repair, still nothing. Any help would be MUCH
APPERCIATED!!!!

--
Sandra
Office 2003
Vista Operating System