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Re: mistake/1st Edge of Eden - outlook filter for size

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Re: mistake/1st Edge of Eden - outlook filter for size
  • From: "donald" donald@eastland.net
  • Date: Wed, 27 Apr 2005 17:59:03 -0000


You must have a good connection via your phone lines!  I can 
sympathize with Kathleen here.  I'm in a rural area and was 
restricted to dialup for a long time.  Such a file as the large 
photo I sent would never have downloaded.  My machine would timeout 
and I'd have to start all over.  My connection seldom lasted long 
enough to finish one.  But the speed of transmission on dialup was 
so variable it often took several tries before you knew for certain 
the file was too large or if the connection was just too slow at the 
time.  You couldn't trust the speed the computer gave you because it 
didn't correspond to the speed of downloads.  So, until I got the 
lightning rod affixed on the roof and have internet capability 
beamed to me, dialup was my only option.  I never could get some 
friends not to send video attachments.  I was stuck so many times 
with something that would never, never, ever have finished 
downloading. A filter would have been nice, but I don't understand 
how they would work.

Donald Eaves
Texas Zone 7b, USA

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