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The On Ramp

The Blue Mountain Internet Customer Newsletter

 Issue # 30 April 2006 
NEWSLETTER CONTENTS
  • Greetings from the Edi...
  • BMI Refer-A-Friend Pro...
  • Noticing Nathon
  • Q and A
  • What's out there?
  • Keyboard Shortcuts
  • Easter Fun
  • Turbo Charging!
  • Referral Winners
  • Just for Laughs
  • Photo Phun!
  • Se Habla Expanol
  • Slogan Wise Crossword
  • A Closer Look at IE 7.0
  • POM - Computer Geex Inc
  • Kudos
  • The Winner's Circle


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  • Photo Phun!
    by Nathon O'Neel
    April 2006
    Email is one of the best communication tools in today's world. With it you can send pictures and other types of attachments. This is a great way to write to family about how Sally is growing up so fast; and send pictures of the cutest things she does. Pictures are worth a thousand words! And they have never been easier to share!

    The speed you connect to the internet limits you on how large of a picture or attachment you can send, or what the recipient can receive. The best way is to distribute your pictures in several emails. With a high speed connection like DSL this is not a problem.

    When using a program like Outlook Express, sometimes it won't allow the pictures to come through. That is simple to fix:

    Click on tools
    Then options
    Click on security tab
    If there is a box checked the read "do not allow attachments to be saved or opened that could be a virus" this is why you are having trouble receiving attachments.
    Simply uncheck it and the problem is solved!

    Sending a picture can be an easy task: When you creating an email and you wish to attach a picture, just click on the or attachment button near the send button at the top. You must know where the picture or file is stored on your computer. Usually items are stored under the My Documents folder. Just double click on the file you want to attach and then click send

    With a dialup connection you are usually limited to a 1MB (in size) attachments. That is the reason it is best to attach only a couple of photos to each email.

    Enjoy!
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