Serge Popper wrote:
Up until a week or so ago, I was able to forward emails, inline,
with photos in them.
...clogging up everyone's inbox and using up their bandwidth.
Now, I am only able to forward emails inline with text in them.
Problem solved. In the future,
park the pictures on a server and mail ONLY THE LINKS;
allow *the reciepients* to DECIDE how they want to use
their bandwidth and their storage space.
Email was never intended to transmit BINARY data.
The overhead necessary to do that
ADDS to the bandwidth burden clueless people impose on others.
...and pass this information on
to the dim bulb who emailed the images to you.
Giving the files USEFUL names helps.
Not a whole lot of useful help here.
The best cure for insomnia is to get a
lot of sleep.
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