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Re: PHOTO: how do I upload Iris photos?

  • Subject: Re: [iris-talk] PHOTO: how do I upload Iris photos?
  • From: laurief <laurief@paulbunyan.net>
  • Date: Tue, 22 Jan 02 16:48:16 -0600

>I have tried what seems the obvious method (i.e., clicking photos, 
>add photo, upload...) without any success.  Also, it seems the photos 
>section of this group holds primarily non-iris pictures. Any 
>suggestions for the technology-challanged of us, or am I the only 


There are several options for making photos available for viewing through 
the iris mailing lists.  Iris-talk does not allow attachments of any 
sort, so the only way you can make photos available through this list is 
to upload them to the "photos" file section accessible through the 
iris-talk website at Yahoo Groups.  From your email, it sounds like 
that's what you've been trying to do.  That, however, is not your best 
option.  Many of the iris-talkers do not even have access to the photo 
files at Yahoo, not having ever signed up for Yahoo membership or merged 
existing Yahoo accounts with Yahoo Groups memberships.

Your better and easier option is to join the iris-photos mailing list at
Iris-photos *does* allow email attachments, so all you need do is attach 
your photo(s) to an email message to the iris-photos list.  It will be 
automatically sent to all list members and added to the permanent message 
archives at both Yahoo Groups and Mallorn.  Very easy and accessible to 
anyone and everyone, member or not, who wishes to view them (at Mallorn, 

If you need further instructions on attaching a photo file to an email 
message, please post again.


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