how do you attach a file to an e-mail to be sent
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Depending on your email provider, there will be a button above or below the window where you compose your message marked "attach files", "manage attachments", or something similar. Clicking on this will open a browser window where you select the file(s) you wish to attach. If they are large attachments you may have to wait a minute or so for them to upload to the server.
I use a hotmail.com address and when I am on my computer I have no problem send emails with attachments to others. When I use a different computer (at a friends or library, etc.) and want the return address to be my hotmail address it will not permit me to add attachments for some silly reason.
I know that I am doing something wrong but can't recall what it is... LOL
I use Firefox for my e-mails. Up until two days ago I have always been able to attach files to my e-mails. But something has changed in the past two days and now when I click on the "Attach File" or paperclip, nothing happens; I don't get the drop down box. Are there some settings that I should go in and change?
For the past 2 days U have not been able to attach to files - no explanation - but I click on "attach" in my Yahoo mail (mozilla firefox) and nothing happens - actually a tiny box opens above attach saying "block:. Mozilla has to help.