attach a file to my email

cannot configure windows mail to use an email account based on the web (HTTP) on a computer that is running windows Vista. I'm having problems uploading my photos in my email to send, to do 1 at a time.

cannot configure windows mail to use an email account based on the web (HTTP) on a computer that is running windows Vista. I'm having problems uploading my photos in my email to send, to do 1 at a time.

1 RE: cannot configure windows mail to use a web (HTTP)-based e-mail account
Read this article: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/926374/en-us

2 RE: problems to upload my pictures on my email to send, I have to do 1 at a time
Provided you use Windows Mail with a POP3/SMTP email account :
Open Winows Mail > create a message > Attach > place you in the folder holding your photos...
Click on an image. Do you see a check mark in the upper left corner inside a small square box ?
If Yes, go to your next photo and move your cursor over them. You see this little square at the top box on the left?
If Yes, check directly inside the box.
Repeat same method to the next image until you are finished. Click Open.
Now all the photos you want are attached,

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