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- From: chi(--nospam--at)dmjm.com ("Chi, Kehshin")
- Date: Mon, 12 Aug 96 15:53
You can go to Inso Corp's web site to download a copy of "QuickView Plus" to try it for 30 days. The program can be incorporate with "FileManager"/"Explorer" and several email programs as a viewer so you don't need to encode or decode the files. I think the URL is http:\\www.inso.com\ and I will check it at home tonight. KehShin Chi ---------- From: Angie Whalen To: seaoc(--nospam--at)power.net Subject: [SEAOC] photos thru email Date: Monday, August 12, 1996 9:42AM <<File Attachment: SEALOGO2.GIF>> If you use a netscape browser (free off the internet), the email package that comes with it interprets photos sent by another user when they "attach" them. So you could take any photo, or picture, or file (or any html page too!) stored on your machine as a file and "attach" it with your email. The receiver sees the file with pictures or html interpreted inline. The problem is that not all people have email packages that interpret the photo etc. If that is the case, then the photo comes across as letters and numbers. As an example I am attaching a familiar logo What are people receiving? If you get numbers and letters sorry ! HARRISENGR(--nospam--at)aol.com wrote: > Why not just post it once thru the internet? > If one of our members could give a detailed ( hopefully simple ) > explanation on how to post documents and photos, i believe it could take the > system to another level. > Tom Harris , SE > Thousand Oaks, CA > > ... ...
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