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#1 posted 10-23-2010 06:18 PM

Thanks Larry. The problem is though that it sends as an attachment. The recipient would still need to download the file. If they don’t have the proper program to run it then they can’t view it. It would seem to be easier to click on a link that opens right away, rather then downloading it. I feel as though people will respond better if they don’t have to work to open any files or click on links they may feel are unsafe.
Surely there has to be a way to send a slideshow through e-mail that opens with the e-mail.

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