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Outlook Express Won't Send .jpgs Or .pdf's.

Also, you had asked if I was putting in the email address correctly, and yes, I have tried several different email addresses as I am trying to send this copy of Re: Reading 'pdf' attachments to Outlook Express Email (john_shaheen) Dec 18, 2007 3:58 AM (in response to (Darleen_Peterman)) I keep geting "there was an error opening this document the file is dotty999 replied Feb 21, 2017 at 8:39 PM Toshiba wpoes Triple6 replied Feb 21, 2017 at 8:39 PM Loading... Are you able to send other 6-39 MB files? news

I was able to fix this simply enough by reassociating my pdfs with Adobe Acrobat instead of using Acrobat Reader. Will let you know the outcome. E-mail was never designed to be a substitute for file transferring schemes, like FTP. Enter the 2 words. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/outlook-express-wont-send-jpgs-or-pdfs.220757/

Register Privacy Policy Terms and Rules Help Popular Sections Tech Support Forums Articles Archives Connect With Us Twitter Log-in Register Contact Us Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2017 XenForo Ltd. so no updates because of security problems.....dont' worry I am NOT overpaid for the little knowledge I do have. So after the "Hey you sent a 15MB file WTH?" gets answered with "NO! So I sent it to another computer in my house and the same error came up.

Why?!! Download and update Ad-Aware, Spy Bot and Spyblaster Then run all three. Most of the pdf files I would send would be 1mb or less, I think. I did upgrade our Adobe Reader, his first then mine later....wonder if that has anything to do with it?

When I > > attempt, > > the email appears to send successfully... If you are running XP and have a copy of Adobe Acrobat, try the following: 1. There is no problem opening the files from within the Reader. http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/forum/helproom-1/cant-email-scanned-document-4217289/ can't tell that there is any > >> > setting > >> > restricting this type of file attachment. > >> > >> A 7MB file (based on its size on

Once there, I'll click on them and hit "Send" again...and again....and again. This isn't a virus issue, and I've confirmed that my DSL's not > the issue, since I can use my internet browser to email the same larger files > without any Spy Sweeper and Trend > Micro > Antivirus, plus Windows Firewall... Re: Reading 'pdf' attachments to Outlook Express Email (Twiz) Feb 20, 2008 9:34 PM (in response to (Darleen_Peterman)) fred21 smith obviously did not read Darleen's post very well.

Very, very small files. (6 -39 MB) I even tried sending them seperately, but that didn't work either. her latest blog My ISP gives me 25MB per account for personal web space, I can have up to 7 accounts with each providing 25MB of online storage, so I could put a 175MB Quote from slapshot136 : even if they are small files, most e-mails over 10mb won't work (even if you can send it, the other person may not be able to receive Any other suggestions?

there is no error message. http://nexwarecorp.com/outlook-express/outlook-express-will-not-send-email-with-attachments.html Any advice? "William Lefkovics [MVP]" wrote: > Outlook doesn't care if the attachment is a .pdf... More About Us... It coulld be their mail program settings, or AV / firewall software.

Maybe someday Adobe will fix the problems. Find a computer that allows you to open the file, zip the file, then email it to the problem computer. SnakePlisken Joined Dec 2005 My # is bigger than yours 34,727 Posts 6,266 Reputation Give Rep Follow User Send Message View Profile Posts Created Threads Started 10-13-2010 at 08:58 AM #5 More about the author I've re-named them, re-packaged them, tried sending them to various addresses including my own, and they just sit there.

Must be at least 8 characters. They > also have to waste the bandwidth and time to download a huge e-mail > where they may only want your comments and not the attachment, along > with consuming Chances are excellent that your ISP's SMTP server won't accept a file as large as you're trying to send.

butterball160 18:24 17 Mar 13 I scanned a copy of a 3x7 certificate, not a photo, and saved it in My Documents...it was in my Adobe Reader.

Quote from slapshot136 : even if they are small files, most e-mails over 10mb won't work (even if you can send it, the other person may not be able to receive Also I did edit my previous post Ah I did not take into account breaking it up into plaintext and the header info. If you > are going to attach non-text files, figure on a maximum file size of > less than half of whatever is your sending limit for message size or > No luck.

Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 10. It is when you add attachments, especially binary attachments (of which ..pdf is one) that you can exceed the maximum message size. click site Most e-mails that you hand write will be under 50KB in size.

Wish I was more help....still haven't fixed my major headache and have no idea what to do next. Re: Reading 'pdf' attachments to Outlook Express Email ~graffiti Feb 3, 2008 8:26 AM (in response to (Darleen_Peterman)) Sounds like it's opening in Word, not Reader. Help! I also tried everything from the operation manual for the scanner.

It takes just 2 minutes to sign up (and it's free!). I really appreciate all the help. Have Windows XPHome, ServPk 2. Also, spammers have been using .pdf attachments to hide their spam content from anti-spam filters (because they won't go decoding the encoded MIME part to then dig inside the .pdf file

So back to internet help and one person said to just send it as an attachment to your email. Smaller attachments go out, but for some unexplained reason my recent attampts to mail several larger files (all pdf's, by the way) end in the Outbox constipation issue. But, I could send a regular email to the same address and it went through. wiz-king 08:50 17 Mar 13 Scan the doucment.

I did not try sending it to the computer that I was working on. Any errors in the Send/Receive dialog box? (F9) "Frustrated in Newcastle" wrote in message news:... > Trying to send emails with my own pdf's via Outlook---but files of Discussion in 'Microsoft Outlook Discussion' started by Guest, May 10, 2006. Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox.

Just beware that > some of them require the recipient to establish an account at the same > service since only members can share files and this can be a nuisance I looked online for help. Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 3.