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

  • Subject: [PHOTO] Re: [iris-photos] Re: mistake/1st Edge of Eden - outlook filter for size
  • From: "Sandra" bardraj2003@yahoo.ca
  • Date: Wed, 27 Apr 2005 13:47:44 -0500

Here's a screen shot of the settings.  This is under your Message heading.   There also is an option
somewhere that you can also increase the time length it takes before you timeout and get disconnected
from the server.  I know I have that set at the maximum .....I just can't find where I did that just now.
Anyway here's the screen shot.  I have do not download it from the server, but you can also choose
to delete it from the server.  There probably is a second part to this where you have to indicate to
apply the rule but I imagine that would be in the options some where.  I have all my filters set
up in my yahoo account before it gets to my outlook so I am not entirely familiar with this procedure,
but if anyone has problems I can find out or probably some others on this list can help.
----- Original Message -----
From: donald
Sent: Wednesday, April 27, 2005 12:59 PM
Subject: [iris-photos] Re: mistake/1st Edge of Eden - outlook filter for size


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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