Cant send jpg files

Cant send jpg files

Post by Bill Hepwo » Fri, 24 Mar 2006 07:23:57


When I try to send JPG attachments the receiving gets some mime code but no
pictures.
However, I can send and receive any of the problematic attachments to myself
with no problem. My ISP say I have a problem with my Outlook Express. I
have the same problem if I use Microsoft Outlook. I'm running Windows XP
home edition with service pact 2.

Bill Hepworth

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Cant send jpg files

Post by Bruce Hage » Fri, 24 Mar 2006 14:27:08

If you can send it to yourself, and when you sent it to others it appears OK
in Sent Items, then the problem is not on your end. It is either your ISP,
or the recipients.
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Bruce Hagen
MS MVP - Outlook Express
~IB-CA~

 
 
 

Cant send jpg files

Post by Steve Coch » Sat, 25 Mar 2006 00:45:21

If you send from Outlook, do NOT use RTF format, as OE cannot read such.

See if that fixes it. If not, then post back.

steve
 
 
 

Cant send jpg files

Post by Michael Sa » Sat, 25 Mar 2006 10:13:05

Tools, Accounts, Mail, Properties, Advanced, uncheck the Break Apart
option.

If doesn't help, do you know what mail program the recipient is using?

If you like, you may e-mail me a small JPG from Outlook Express and I'll
see if there is anything wrong with it.

As Steve mentioned, is you are sending from Outlook, you must Plain
Text. Outlook's RTF format is not compatible with many mail programs.

For some additional information, see:
Decoding Internet Attachments - A Tutorial
http://www.yqcomputer.com/


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Mike - http://www.yqcomputer.com/
 
 
 

Cant send jpg files

Post by www.germa » Wed, 24 May 2006 02:54:03


"Michael Santovec" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >

> Tools, Accounts, Mail, Properties, Advanced, uncheck the Break Apart>
> option>
> If doesn't help, do you know what mail program the recipient is using>
> If you like, you may e-mail me a small JPG from Outlook Express and I'll>
> see if there is anything wrong with it>
> As Steve mentioned, is you are sending from Outlook, you must Plain Text.>
> Outlook's RTF format is not compatible with many mail programs>
> For some additional information, see>
> Decoding Internet Attachments - A Tutoria>
> http://www.yqcomputer.com/ ;
> -->
> Mike - http://www.yqcomputer.com/ ;


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