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Problems with email attachments

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by muncie, Sep 14, 2004.

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  1. muncie

    muncie Thread Starter

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    I have to send .jpg attachments of designs to customers for their approval. When I view the sent attachment, it just shows a small box with a red "x" in it. Sometimes the customer will be able to open the attachment and sometimes they can't. Is there a better way to be sending these .jpg files? Is there a setting that I need to change so they can view the attachments? Maybe I need a program like Adobe Acrobat to send my designs. Could you help me?
     
  2. etaf

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    should be no problem sending jpgs - do they have a virus scanner on email that may be causing a problem.

    how big are the files?
    a lot a sites offer a service where you can upload pictures to the web and then invite people to have a look - i know canon offer this service - but may be limited to peoplke who have bought there digital camera.
     
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    When posting, always state your OS and version numbers along with names of programs involved in your problem. The correct answers can depend on this vital information.

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  4. hewee

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    Zipping up the files and attaching the zip should help AV scanner from getting to it.
    Plus if your doing images in Photoshop you can compress a .psd to keep the file size down and they will have a better image to look at then a .jpg
     
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