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Windows can't open emailed jpegs


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This is the first time I've been tempted to holler "HELP!" A forum search netted me zilch on the subject.

I emailed pics from iPhoto to my man. His Dell says something about not being able to open MIME images. How do I send pictures to windows users so they'll be able to see 'em?? (All my pictures are in iPhoto.)

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Just checking. Are you using Mail ? and have you got the "Always send windows friendly attachments" ticked ? "Edit------Attachments...
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Eureka!! Yes, using Mail. No, 'windows friendly' wasn't ticked!


edit: Yes, it worked. Thanks ever so!

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I hope it works for you now
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