Can anyone assist

Discussion in 'alt.windows7.general' started by Liz, Mar 18, 2012.

  1. Liz

    Liz Guest

    Can anyone assist in the following,
    this is from my brother in law who is using Windows 7 Windows Live Mail
    with all the lastest updates.

    thank you in advance for any assistance that you can provide.

    Liz.


    These are the steps I used:
    I go to my pictures library and select a picture.
    I right click and go to “send to” “mail recipient”.
    Window comes up attach files showing picture size e.g. Medium: 1024 x 768
    Total estimated size 230 kb.
    I click attach.
    I see a brief window that says windows preparing to send.
    Then I get a window message ready to send showing picture.
    In the subject line shows “emailing picture”.
    I enter email address and click send.
    I get the following window:
    Windows Live Mail
    Some errors occurred while processing the requested tasks. Please review the
    list of errors below for more details.
    Errors:
    Delete the photo email, create a new one, and try to send it again
    Server:
    Windows Live Mail Error ID: 0x8ccc0003
    Liz, Mar 18, 2012
    #1
  2. Liz

    Jaypie Guest

    Re : Can anyone assist

    "Liz" a écrit dans le message de groupe de discussion :
    jk3cks$r80$...

    Can anyone assist in the following,
    this is from my brother in law who is using Windows 7 Windows Live Mail
    with all the lastest updates.

    thank you in advance for any assistance that you can provide.

    Liz.


    These are the steps I used:
    I go to my pictures library and select a picture.
    I right click and go to “send to” “mail recipient”.
    Window comes up attach files showing picture size e.g. Medium: 1024 x 768
    Total estimated size 230 kb.
    I click attach.
    I see a brief window that says windows preparing to send.
    Then I get a window message ready to send showing picture.
    In the subject line shows “emailing picture”.
    I enter email address and click send.
    I get the following window:
    Windows Live Mail
    Some errors occurred while processing the requested tasks. Please review the
    list of errors below for more details.
    Errors:
    Delete the photo email, create a new one, and try to send it again
    Server:
    Windows Live Mail Error ID: 0x8ccc0003
    - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

    Did you try this easier procedure ?

    In your message window, click on Insert and choose what you want...
    Jaypie, Mar 18, 2012
    #2
  3. Liz

    Paul Guest

    Liz wrote:
    > Can anyone assist in the following,
    > this is from my brother in law who is using Windows 7 Windows Live Mail
    > with all the lastest updates.
    >
    > thank you in advance for any assistance that you can provide.
    >
    > Liz.
    >
    >
    > These are the steps I used:
    > I go to my pictures library and select a picture.
    > I right click and go to “send to” “mail recipient”.
    > Window comes up attach files showing picture size e.g. Medium: 1024 x 768
    > Total estimated size 230 kb.
    > I click attach.
    > I see a brief window that says windows preparing to send.
    > Then I get a window message ready to send showing picture.
    > In the subject line shows “emailing picture”.
    > I enter email address and click send.
    > I get the following window:
    > Windows Live Mail
    > Some errors occurred while processing the requested tasks. Please review the
    > list of errors below for more details.
    > Errors:
    > Delete the photo email, create a new one, and try to send it again
    > Server:
    > Windows Live Mail Error ID: 0x8ccc0003
    >
    >


    http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/...71?msgId=9d347183-4939-4b3a-9540-754d92163332

    "Short version - If you are not using a Hotmail account, then:

    a) You have to Attach a picture or use Insert > Single Photo,
    b) You can't right-click on a photo and use Send To > Mail Recipient,
    c) You *can* select one or more photos to send in Windows Explorer
    and then click on E-mail at the top of the window.

    http://windowslivehelp.com/thread.aspx?threadid=780d83c9-dd37-467b-a1f6-8b469fb5828e

    "Error 0x8CCC0003 seems to be pointing at a non-Hotmail or non-Live email account
    configured in Windows Live Mail that attempts to send an email with pictures or
    photo albums.

    When Windows Live Mail sends pictures and albums, it automatically generates
    a photo album in Windows Live SkyDrive which is another service of Windows Live.
    This becomes a problem for non-Hotmail or non-Live accounts configured in
    Live Mail because their account can't connect to SkyDrive for the albums to
    be created.

    I'd recommend that your neighbor attach the files using Insert > Single Photo
    in the ribbon menu. He can still select multiple photos using that command but
    it won't be sent as an album, or an album won't be created in Windows Live SkyDrive.

    Another way is to attach the photos. It won't display the photos in the email,
    but it will be sent as attachments to the email."

    Now, if that last description is accurate, it implies your local photo is
    copied to a Skydrive account, and when the email arrives at the recipient,
    the photo isn't actually in the email. A link to the photo will be
    pointing to the Skydrive. All that would mean in practice, is fewer bytes
    carried by the email system, while the photo is downloaded from the
    Skydrive, to yield the same result (receiving user sees photo). That's
    my interpretation of what they're doing. Is it a smart approach ?
    Only if Microsoft wants to collect a lot of your photos to look at :)

    The question then would be, whether there is a registry setting
    which can enhance the privacy of the thing, and keep the damn
    picture inside the email, so Microsoft isn't involved at all.

    More unhappy people here... As you get near the bottom of the first
    page, there are some workaround suggestions, to defeat this feature
    that attempts to reach Skydrive.

    http://www.sevenforums.com/browsers-mail/121699-how-disable-skydrive-photo-album-wlm-2011-a.html

    "I did as Roncerr said. Once on the message page, I click on
    one of the photo and the tab "Format" appears, then click the
    paperclip in "Album Styles" to change photo e-mail to one with attachments.
    You still change the size (not many choices but enough for me).
    I've tried it and it work like the old one."

    HTH,
    Paul
    Paul, Mar 18, 2012
    #3
  4. Liz

    Liz Guest

    Thank you.Jaypie,
    This is not for me as I am still using Windows XP.
    I will pass your suggestion along.
    Liz.

    "Jaypie" <> wrote in message
    news:jk3em0$b7s$...
    > "Liz" a écrit dans le message de groupe de discussion :
    > jk3cks$r80$...
    >
    > Can anyone assist in the following,
    > this is from my brother in law who is using Windows 7 Windows Live Mail
    > with all the lastest updates.
    >
    > thank you in advance for any assistance that you can provide.
    >
    > Liz.
    >
    >
    > These are the steps I used:
    > I go to my pictures library and select a picture.
    > I right click and go to “send to” “mail recipient”.
    > Window comes up attach files showing picture size e.g. Medium: 1024 x 768
    > Total estimated size 230 kb.
    > I click attach.
    > I see a brief window that says windows preparing to send.
    > Then I get a window message ready to send showing picture.
    > In the subject line shows “emailing picture”.
    > I enter email address and click send.
    > I get the following window:
    > Windows Live Mail
    > Some errors occurred while processing the requested tasks. Please review
    > the
    > list of errors below for more details.
    > Errors:
    > Delete the photo email, create a new one, and try to send it again
    > Server:
    > Windows Live Mail Error ID: 0x8ccc0003
    > - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
    >
    > Did you try this easier procedure ?
    >
    > In your message window, click on Insert and choose what you want...
    >
    >
    >
    Liz, Mar 18, 2012
    #4

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