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  • problems with jpeg

    hi. i wonder if anyone has ever had this problem.
    when sending samples to clients, i always email them jpegs or pdfs, depending on the work.
    recently a few clients have been saying they cant open the jpegs for some reason.
    i have never had this before, and when saving the jpegs i am not doing anything different.
    any advise?
    thanks
    i love work...
    ... i can sit and watch it all day

  • #2
    Microsoft Outlook now defaults to not opening jpegs for virus reasons, i know there is a way to disable it, our IT guy had to do it for us.
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    • #3
      Zip them up before you send them.. that's how I have gotten around it
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      • #4
        Upload the JPGs onto your web server (ie, yourwebsite.com), or an image hosting server (ie, ImageShack.us or PhotoBucket.com), then send an HTML email, with an <img> link to the picture on the server. (ie, <img src="http://www.yourwebsite.com/picture.jpg" border="0" alt="my image"/>)
        If you're using Outlook, you can just select Format=>HTML, then Insert=>Picture, then type your URL into the "File Location" section.
        Last edited by Ned; 09-17-2006, 05:49 PM.
        Ned Yeung, A.C.E.
        mediamainline.com
        cyclopsphoto.ca

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Red Kittie Kat
          Zip them up before you send them.. that's how I have gotten around it
          This is also a good idea. My mail server will tell my clients to do that, when it detects a file type that it doesn't allow.
          Ned Yeung, A.C.E.
          mediamainline.com
          cyclopsphoto.ca

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