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Reply ↓ Kevin on July 29, 2013 at 8:33 am said: Thanks for the reply. Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. Add the images and select the style for you photo album.  Receiving Picture Attachments. If you click on the download all link you are taken to Onedrive. navigate here

Really miss it. Help, please! For posting a link in Facebook for a SkyDrive photo or album, see me post How do I share a SkyDrive photo on Facebook? It won't be any smaller, but it won't be recognised at a picture, so Microsoft has no reason to do anything special with it.Kees Flag Permalink This was helpful (1) Collapse http://www.sevenforums.com/browsers-mail/121699-how-disable-skydrive-photo-album-wlm-2011-a.html

Disable Photo Album Windows Live Mail

If you click on the Photo album icon next to the paperclip then Windows live mail will try to use Onedrive. Any metadata in the image files will be retained in the photos and sent to the recipient. Thanks again for your help. Just attach the photos and send.

Note: Onedrive was formally known as Skydrive What You Will Learn How to add a picture attachment without using Onedrive How to add a picture attachment  using Onedrive Send Picture Attachments It works for Windows 7. I now have a Christmas letter written but can't send any of the pictures I wanted to because you have changed things again.. Windows Live Mail Won't Send Pictures I am back to normal after a bit of a panic that I would be stuck with 2011.

Filed under Technologies Tagged with images, photos, windows live mail, wlm About ebraitercomputer guy Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Which one? The pictures are copied from your PC and  are stored on your Onedrive account. I don't want to use SkyDrive or a Microsoft account.

Reply ↓ Kevin on July 24, 2013 at 1:50 pm said: Is there any way to ALWAYS "send photos as attachments"? Stop Publishing Photo Album Windows Live Mail Photo Gallery uses whichever mail client is set up as the default on your PC. In the meantime the instructions in this post for sending photos as attachments work as described. Draclvr, Oct 25, 2010 #15 Sponsor This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies.

Windows Live Mail Problems Sending Photos

I like the idea of printing off my photos and mailing them. This is very disheartening. Disable Photo Album Windows Live Mail Thanks. Windows Live Mail Photo Album Not Working We've just sent you an email to .

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 check over here Click OK and exit small window. 2nd Suggestion: Do not use the “Sent to recipient” from the Windows Explorer. However because of the way Windows live mail integrates with Onedrive adding a picture attachment to an email in Windows live mail isn't as simple as it first appears .  OneDrive See the illustration here. Windows Live Mail 2012 Disable Skydrive

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It allows you to store and share up to 25GB of data [pictures, video, etc.]. That is the time-consuming and often annoying aspect of attachments, since they are downloaded to the recipients computer before the recipient can see the email. If you send the email attachment using Onedrive then the recipient sees thumbnails of the images, and the option to download the images from Onedrive. http://aurdev.com/windows-live/cannot-send-or-receive-emails-in-windows-live-mail.html Stay logged in Sign up now!

i picture- fine. 2 pictures- not fine i just sent my xmas pictures off to france using attachment- the paper clip, which isnt nearly as attractive!! Windows Live Mail Disable Onedrive If you click on the photo album to add the picture then you will need to have an outlook.com/hotmail.com account. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More...

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Right now just don't try using photo emails. Proceed as follows .. 1. Follow Blog via Email Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Disable Photo Email Windows Live This was so easy on the last version.

If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. your Inbox], press Alt and F. 2. Reply ↓ Ludwig on April 3, 2013 at 12:02 pm said: Thank you Josh for your comments. weblink The 'photo album' that the program sort of forces you into is supposed to handle more photos than a number of attached photos and even that won't do it.

They'll get to Oz sooner than on this darn thing. My solution will be to keep Windows Live mail for sending the photo emails, but still use Outlook for other things. Needless to say, neither of these things work. If you don't have the original download, you can find it on Windows Downloads.

My mother-in-law has a hard time clicking on the little triangle in the bottom right of the button. All rights reserved. by anthonymaw / December 5, 2015 9:30 PM PST In reply to: Can'r send photos in Windows Live Mail It would seem that Microsoft has quietly crippled Windows Live Mail (at The link provided above didn't help much.

The illustrations here show the options in the Photo Album Tools tab.