Outlook express photo attachments to mail out

I have problems with the creation of outgoing emails in outlook express that contain photo attachments. I type them in as attachments only when creating the email, but as soon as I hit SEND it adds to the body of the email and ends up holding still to send and receive the other end.

I tried to attach firmly the 'Insert' and 'fix' of options with no chance to fix it.

I also tried aby clicking on "send pictures with message" format, also without success.  In fact it continues to change that option to a selected option.

Help!  What Miss me?

If you attach a picture, then OE poster at the end of the message.  Its not put the image in the message twice.  Chances are the image is very large and you need to reduce its size.  You can do with programs like irfanview (www.irfanview.com).  Also use a jpg and bmp image as a bmp is 100 X greater in terms of file size.

Steve

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