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March Wind

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I have been sending email pictures with Windows 7. I have found they said there were on Sky Drive until July. I look for them to delete but I cannot see any pictures. Could advise please

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kdt

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are your pictures on sky drive and are you sharing them or are they on your pc and you are attaching them? if the former then they probably won't show on your sent emails but the receiving person will get an email from you to see the photos you sent on sky drive. if the latter then they should be on your sent emails folder.

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March Wind

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I send them to myself from Laptop to D Top I have 2 email addresses. Then I see a message saying my pictures will be on Sky drive. I deleted some when I saw the notice. but some said sent so I look at sky drive but I cannot see my pictures as I would like to delete them from there as I do not want my pictures on sky drive. I am transferring my pic from my laptop to my desk top. i.e from one email address to another, both are mine I do not want to use hot mail anymore when I see this happening. My friend said I am not to receive or send any email using the red envelop in IE

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