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Stumbled across this forum and don't know much about computers myself, but I'm hoping that someone can help me out. Ever since we bought our Mac for my husbands business (makes videos) we haven't been able to upload pics to photo websites, or send attachments with emails. It seems to think about it for awhile and then just disconnects from the web. A "computer" guy has been trying to work it out for us and seems to have no idea what the problem is.

Anyone come across this before or have any ideas that may help?

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I am having the exact same problems..... New emac.... had no trouble with my PC..... Apple had me me run tests, no prblems, server says it's my modem...... sometimes I can send attachments & upload, other times, I cannot get through for hours..... and I bought the emac to upload web pages????? And I often cannot send or upload a small jjpeg???? HELP!!!! I too have been looking for answers....... wondering if changing esrvers would help???
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It does sound like a modem problem or an ISP problem..
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Have you tried attaching a picture to one of your posts here?

I'm in your forums, writing sentences in a grammatically acceptable manner.
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