email multiple attachments

  oneput 10:53 14 Jan 03
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  oneput 10:53 14 Jan 03

is it possible to send more than one attachment with one email. if so how>

  cherria 10:57 14 Jan 03

What e-mail application are you using?

with outlook express, you can send as many attachments as you like, just keep clicking the attchment button and selecting files and they add one at a time.

  powerless 10:59 14 Jan 03

You should be able to, if your using Outlook Express just go to Insert > File attachment > Find your file > Click "ok"...As many times as you like.

If your not using Outlook Express, post back with what you are using.

  MalcSP 11:00 14 Jan 03

You can click the 'paper clip' icon as often as you like and select the files you wish to attach. A word of caution though. If the size of the resulting e-mail is more than 1MB the ISP might bounce it back to you. I always use jpeg format for graphics at a medium to low rate.

  graham 11:04 14 Jan 03

The recipients available storage is also a factor.

  Gemma 11:57 14 Jan 03

If all the stuff you want to attach is in the same folder, hold Ctrl down as you click your selections and you can do it in one hit. If the items are consecutive then click the first, hold shift down, and click the last. This is the Windows standard for selections.

If you mess up, just click a file without holding anything down and you will be back to one selection.

  MoiraB 19:02 14 Jan 03

If you want to send quite a few attachments it's a good idea to "zip" them into one file. Winzip can be found on lots of the free magazine CDs. Pointless zipping "jpeg" files as they're already compressed.

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