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Real Estate Agent with Accredited Staging Professionals

I notice with gmail that when you send pictures you have to click on each one separately to attach them.  Is there an easier way to get say 10 pictures attached when using gmail?  I do use other programs but for the past year have been using gmail due to the fact that when I travel or am at another computer it is quite easy to pick up emails.

Thanks for any help you can provide.

Lori Hagge, Realtor, GRI, CRS, ASP, SRES Designated, Century 21 Diablo Valley Realty, Concord CA

http://www.lorihagge.com   lori@lorihagge.com

Adam Brett
The Adam and Eric Group - Fullerton, CA
The Adam and Eric Group, Fullerton's Finest
Anthony is correct - the only way is to zip the file.  They are working on a batch upload.
May 07, 2008 02:45 PM
Alice Ponti Lori Hagge, GRI, CRS, ASP Century 21 Diablo Valley Realty
Accredited Staging Professionals - Concord, CA

Thanks Anthony and Adam for your help.  I will try that. 
Lori Hagge, Realtor

 

May 07, 2008 03:06 PM
Doug Garner
CENTURY 21 Garner Properties - Independence, KY
Principal Broker, Auctioneer, Northern Kentucky

Zip is definitely the best way to go. Another option that I have been using a lot lately is by using Google's Picasa http://picasa.google.com . With a couple clicks you can upload your photos to the free picasaweb online photo service. Picasa will upload the images in full resolution or will re-size them for you automatically during upload. Once they have uploaded click on "show me my photos on the web" and it provides you with a hyperlink to insert in your email. The recipient can review them individually, review them in a slide show, download individual images or download the entire album. Using Picasa also eliminates the problem associated with large email files not being delivered. Give it a try, it works great. 

May 11, 2008 02:38 PM