How do the pictures “choke” Outlook? I use Outlook, have for years, and have no problem with the larger pictures. If you could elaborate further on the issue you’re having perhaps there is a solution we could come up with. Personally I hate tiny pictures because they get very pixelated when blown up looking for detail. I save many of the sent pictures on my hard drive for reference, so I appreciate being able to look at them closely. Not trying to start an argument, just looking to come to some middle ground on the issue. Unless someone is on dial-up access, which I doubt, large pictures should not be a problem.
PLEASE do not send large files to the listserver. They choke my email client (Outlook).
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Here is the inside of my lid.
On Wed, Jan 13, 2021, 4:40 AM Bob Merritt <bob@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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