E-mail

Question

I receive e-mail with pictures in the body or as attachments OK.

If I receive a e-mail with pictures in the body of the mail, not attachments, and send it to my friend in Atlanta who has DSL with Bellsouth, she can see the pictures.

If she sends the e-mail back to me or originates a simular message, there are no pictures, but only single line outline with a red X in the upper left corner where each picture was.

If I send it back to her, Outlook Express says "one or more pictures are missing".

I do not know what her equipment is, but is new within the last month. Her tech that installed her new computer says the problem is with me. I do not have this problem with any one else.

In 10 years I have never run across this one. Any ideas???

Answer

This question was answered on November 1, 2003. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

If you want to attach picture you must use attachment the one looks like a paper clip.

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Posted by Student of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on November 1, 2003