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question about hotmail

Discussion in 'TRIBE Main Forum' started by Mr_Furious, Aug 28, 2003.

  1. Mr_Furious

    Mr_Furious TRIBE Member

    How do I send a .jpg from my computer as an imbedded file in an email?
     
  2. pr0nstar

    pr0nstar TRIBE Member

    Yes, Will, you're a hot male...
     
  3. kuba

    kuba TRIBE Member

    youmean as an attachment?
    dont you have to save the jpeg first and then attach it?
     
  4. Mr_Furious

    Mr_Furious TRIBE Member

    No, I mean as an embedded file (inside the email).

    ...like when you open the email and the pic is there....
     
  5. pr0nstar

    pr0nstar TRIBE Member

    Right Click
    Save As
     
  6. Mr_Furious

    Mr_Furious TRIBE Member

    that's not what I need....
     
  7. pr0nstar

    pr0nstar TRIBE Member

    Then what the fuck are you on about?

    You either save the attachment or right click on the Image and Save As.

    I don't think there is any other possible way to have an image in an e-mail.. ;)
     
  8. Mr_Furious

    Mr_Furious TRIBE Member

    I'm talking about copying and pasting.

    It came out as a red x.
     
  9. pr0nstar

    pr0nstar TRIBE Member

    You can't.

    If it's in your e-mail you'd have to save it.
    And host it somewhere.

    You can't link it externally.

    Unless it was pointing to another hosted site via the e-mail.

    pr0nstar
     
  10. Mr_Furious

    Mr_Furious TRIBE Member

    You guys all suck.

    Someone already helped me figure out how to do it...

    So pr0nstar.....you were WRONG!
     
  11. futronic

    futronic TRIBE Member

    Kenny,

    It's because he's talking about sending asstastic HTML email as opposed to plain text like everyone should.

    With HTML email you can embed images inside the message so they bloat up.

    I don't know if you can do that via Hotmail. I think you need a client like Outlook or Outlook Express. Even still, it's poor email etiquette to do that.

    -- Jay aka Fut
     
  12. Spinsah

    Spinsah TRIBE Member

    No.

    When it is deployed tastefully, I for one enjoy getting email in HTML format complete with an array of graphics and pictures.
     
  13. pr0nstar

    pr0nstar TRIBE Member

    All I was trying to say.. Mr "Kenny you're wrong"

    Is that if the image was embedded into Hotmail's Inbox.

    You can't link it externally.

    So I'm not wrong ;)
     

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