- December 16, 2008 at 7:13 am #28400
Hi Guys.Occassionally we recieve Images in Emails,that are not sent as attachments,and we simply can't “Copy” or “Save as” when we would like to save a nice Image,to our H/Drive.Here is an example.One Solution,That worked for me.Open Email > Cliclk Reply >Type anything >Don't Send >Exit Outlook >Reply Email now saved in Draughts >Open Outlook > Open Draught Email>Right Click on Image >Now you will be able to "Copy" or "Save As"Hope this helps.December 16, 2008 at 7:35 pm #30500
It's great you've found a way around this woe, DSTM! Isn't it odd that all emails, including any images within them, don't always work the same between email programs.December 27, 2008 at 4:05 pm #30501
It is interesting and frustrating that many email clients just dont work together. In the case of Thunderbird for instance, there are a bunch of smileys you can insert into your emails. BUT if the recipient is not using Thunderbird, they will only see the : ) of the smiley where you typed it, and the actual smiley will show as an attachment.Even worse.. if you have paid the money for something like the upmarket version of Incredimail.. you'll be able to create veritable works of art, with a wealth of animations, backgrounds, and other pretty stuff. If the recipient doesn't have Incredimail though, they'll get a simple text email with all of your pretty stuff as individual attachments
Mitz from Tips4pcDecember 27, 2008 at 8:18 pm #30502
Well, finally I know why I get odd little thingies showing in emails from friends sometimes, rather than the Smilies they intended – thanks for sharing that, dak!
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