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Click OK. Many email providers use port 587 for SMTP. So you need to be logged in with your Windows Live ID. pamela preston commented · December 11, 2016 20:49 · Flag as inappropriateFlag as inappropriate · Delete… i can't send any more than one photo at a time. his comment is here

Try turning off the Windows 8 Firewall and try sending attachments, if you can then you will have to set the necessary permissions to allow your mail app to work correctly. If you're using other antivirus software: Search for "how to temporarily disable antivirus" on the web. We've just sent you an email to . I get error messages, emails dumped into the outbox, and other crazy stuff. https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_8-ecoms/windows-8-mail-cant-send-email-with-multiple/e881b85b-f55f-45c0-af5d-61c635b4cb50

Windows Live Mail Problems Sending Photos

If you get the same error then I * think * it will surely work if you 'zip' the picture on your local hard disk into a zip-file (compressed folder, if File sizes are not overly large and emailed photos are recieved fine, just won't send. Did it install an outlook addin to scan mail? This no longer works, and there is no sign yet of any remedy from any product team.

VERY ANNOYING and costly. Create a password I agree to the terms of service Signed in as (Sign out) Close Close 1 vote 2 votes 3 votes Remove votes You have left! (?) (thinking…) ¡Firedog We are making sure you reach your intended destination. Windows Live Mail Problems Sending Pictures I n Outlook 2007 and Outlook 2003, go to Tools, Options, Other, Advanced and add a check to the box beside Enable Logging (troubleshooting).

Double click on the account and click More Settings, then select the Advanced tab. Yes No Great! When not run as admin, the send/receive appears to download messages, but then they are not placed in my PST and I receive error 0x8007007E. http://www.sevenforums.com/browsers-mail/322588-problem-sending-email-messages-attachments-using-windows-mail.html Many thanks Jesse!

Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and Windows Live Mail Won't Send Attachments Continue Reading Up Next Up Next Article How to Set the Default Email Account in Windows Mail or Outlook Up Next Article How to Send File Attachments in Windows Live Hotmail Bob Kuzmick commented · December 22, 2016 14:42 · Flag as inappropriateFlag as inappropriate · Delete… Prior emails that have photos embedded lock up the windows 10 live mail program and Browsers & Mail email sending many copies of mailI use Windows Live Mail 2011 essentials.

Windows Live Mail Won't Send Pictures

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Not Quite Right? this content Also, I tried without an anti-virus program and that didn't help. that is a common cause of problems. JesseJesse commented · November 11, 2016 08:49 · Flag as inappropriate TRY THIS IT WORKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!! Windows Live Mail Not Sending Emails With Attachments

Click(left click) on your account. In Windows 7, 8 and Vista the SRS file is at C:\Users\username\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Outlook\. CAUTION Third-party programs--that is, programs written by companies other than Microsoft--will be where you will suffer the most grief with Windows Vista. weblink Zip code at service address: (required) Help Why is this needed?

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hours, days lost on this issue Anonymous commented · December 10, 2016 08:10 · Flag as inappropriateFlag as inappropriate · Delete… Well Jesse has fixed it or as near as dam

You can then try to send the message again. TLS is important. You are going to send email to SendMove CommentMove For Home For Business Small Business - Up to 10 Employees Medium Business - More than 10 Employees Enterprise Wholesale Need Help Windows Live Mail Photo Album Disable Vote Up00Vote Down ReplySeptember 13, 2016 12:33 amRandyShare On TwitterShare On GoogleI went to my online microsoft outlook account and got the pop imap and smpt settings and the key setting

MARGARET FOSTER commented · December 07, 2016 08:56 · Flag as inappropriateFlag as inappropriate · Delete… I cant send ANY photos please HELP Anonymous commented · November 30, 2016 23:51 · After doing the steps above you can go ahead and re add the account to your mail app in Windows 8. Anonymous commented · January 06, 2017 08:17 · Flag as inappropriateFlag as inappropriate · Delete… Please fix this soon, seems to have been a problem for a long time now. http://aurdev.com/windows-live/windows-live-mail-will-not-open-attachements-on-one-particular-email.html Restarting Outlook (after verifying it closed completely in Task manager) may allow the mail to send.

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