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Sharing images through email should be an easy and joyful experience. However, numerous email provider constraints quickly turn it into a hassle. Images have to be manually resized, trimmed and split up into several emails to meet email restrictions. Ashampoo Photo Mailer was designed to bring back the fun into email photo sharing. It does all the required image processing for you and enables you to send. Have this as an add on to Photo Commander program.

I downloaded this program, got a licence number etc. When I tried to send photo’s I got a message that all the photo’s were too large and to delete the large ones, got down to 1 photo, had to downsize the quality, then it took me to the website to buy the program.

I found this program easy to use. I would have liked more choices in the reduced size for a photo but if the photo is reduced too much then the quality would be too low. I like the reasonable cost of Ashampoo programs and they are easy to use. This program does what it claims on doing and seems to do it well. After the program is activated, I was surprised to see under Settings Gear Symbol , Options, an offer for a day trial for what we just activated that should last way longer than 14 days.

Anyone understand this oddity? There is nothing special about this program. Cheers, consuella. Pejo, You will see the license key as soon as you fill submit your email and password to your account. Every email account I’ve ever had allows picture attachments, so just what, exactly, is this any good for? BobbyA, most serious email clients have option to specify max single email size and split large email attachments across multiple emails that are then decoded as a group at the recipient which apears to be part of what this boasts as doing Also many email clients will when adding photos offer to resize them to reduce the phot size for in email viewing rather than sending them as full sized file attachments so in many cases this software is redundant with major email client.

Other email services host the attached files on a cloud server and link to the cloud copy rather than embed the attachments in the emails, circumventing max email size problem. Sounds like useful software. It’s superfast, supereasy and it does the job exactly as you want it to. You can choose the size you want for different purposes, whether e-mail or other, in a moment. I’ve used it for years now – it lives on my desktop, so it’s ready and waiting any and every time I want to use it. I’d be lost without it!

That is from a compressed image back to one that was only comparatively slightly compressed. As a photographer, generally speaking, I’d rather send “the full works” to people I care about. However, I do agree there is a place for such programmes — I will download Balesio’s version see Comment 2 for emailing pix to more general recipients, because it does help to protect my copyright.

By taking advantage of the very same “problem” — hopefully anyone wanting to use my photographs without my permission will be stuck with the sow’s ear. From which they cannot yet re-make the silk purse — ie.

Or so I hope. Ashampoo Photo Mailer automatically recognizes different email providers and adds the required server settings. I’ve tried this software before and it performed exactly as Ashampoo said it would. Even more to the point: it lived up to its name — a name which is not solely about image management but also about email management.

The difference is considerable. It should be understood first, not criticized later. Those who’re interested in the management of their email accounts for the purpose of distributing images should take advantage of today’s offer. By contrast, those who are interested in the management of images for the purpose of distribution via their email accounts should look elsewhere.

A wide variety of free and commercialware exists out there to do just that: take your pick. Job done: images whose file size NOT dimensional size collectively exceed an email provider’s limit are now reduced to the point that they can be immediately winged off as attachments.

The foregoing is not to say that the Balesio approach to the management of email image attachments is superior to Ashampoo’s. It isn’t. The one is chalk, the other is cheese. But that difference means not needing to share email account passwords with any third party software, and for some that may matter greatly. MikeR, interesting read as always, but I’ve just one quick question This software gets around the limitations of your provider, but what about the recipient, if their provider limits the size of attachments that can be received then what happens?

Robert, I am not sure it works that way. Your receipt of email is usually dependant on the size of your storage and whether or not you want to download the attachment.

Hi Robert: the only experience I’ve had of an intended recipient being unable to get my email and its attachments was because its size was bigger than the storage space remaining in the recipient’s email account. As to work-arounds for that and any other associated problem, there are, fortunately, umpteen “large file size” transfer services are to be found on the ‘Net albeit I’ve never had cause to try any of them.

In the everyday course of things, I’ve always found gmail’s 25Mb allowance sufficient, but a work-related project of mine will occasionally necessitate file transfers in Gbs, not Mbs — in which case, resorting to Google Drive an integrated service has always been the answer. All rights reserved. Patent Pending. No, thanks Yes, I’d like to. Don’t miss all the cool giveaways. Allow notifications in your browser. Giveaway of the day — Ashampoo Photo Mailer 1.

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Login or register. Ashampoo Photo Mailer 1. Editor’s review. File details. Antivirus report. User reviews. Size Download Ashampoo Photo Mailer 1. There are no user reviews. Ashampoo Photo Mailer is a handy tool when it comes to sending photos via e-mail. The application is capable of automatically optimizing the pictures to fit the maximum attachment size your mail provider allows, saving you the time and effort of manually performing such operations. Ashampoo Photo Mailer.

Assign a short text message to each of your digital images and quickly send them via e-mail to your friends without a lot of effort. Email photo sharing is tedious? Today, there are numerous ways to share your images online. However, what should be the simplest way still remains a pain – sharing images through email. Batches of images have to be manually resized, trimmed and often split up into several mails to meet email provider constraints.

Not any more! You can choose the size you want for different purposes, whether e-mail or other, in a moment. I’ve used it for years now – it lives on my desktop, so it’s ready and waiting any and every time I want to use it.

I’d be lost without it! That is from a compressed image back to one that was only comparatively slightly compressed.

As a photographer, generally speaking, I’d rather send “the full works” to people I care about. However, I do agree there is a place for such programmes — I will download Balesio’s version see Comment 2 for emailing pix to more general recipients, because it does help to protect my copyright. By taking advantage of the very same “problem” — hopefully anyone wanting to use my photographs without my permission will be stuck with the sow’s ear.

From which they cannot yet re-make the silk purse — ie. Or so I hope. Ashampoo Photo Mailer automatically recognizes different email providers and adds the required server settings. I’ve tried this software before and it performed exactly as Ashampoo said it would. Even more to the point: it lived up to its name — a name which is not solely about image management but also about email management.

The difference is considerable. It should be understood first, not criticized later. Those who’re interested in the management of their email accounts for the purpose of distributing images should take advantage of today’s offer.

By contrast, those who are interested in the management of images for the purpose of distribution via their email accounts should look elsewhere. A wide variety of free and commercialware exists out there to do just that: take your pick. Job done: images whose file size NOT dimensional size collectively exceed an email provider’s limit are now reduced to the point that they can be immediately winged off as attachments.

The foregoing is not to say that the Balesio approach to the management of email image attachments is superior to Ashampoo’s. It isn’t. The one is chalk, the other is cheese. But that difference means not needing to share email account passwords with any third party software, and for some that may matter greatly. MikeR, interesting read as always, but I’ve just one quick question This software gets around the limitations of your provider, but what about the recipient, if their provider limits the size of attachments that can be received then what happens?

 

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