Copy/paste and drag/drop doesn't seem to work for me. Can't figure out drag/drop since both windows aren't open at the same time when I use tabs.
Anyway, I upload my image to my free Flickr account first. Then I highlight the image (will appear all blue), press Control-C to copy it, then click over to my already open Yahoo message and press Control-V to paste it and it appears right in the body of the email for me.
For hotmail you can just drag an image on a web page and drop it in hotmail.
I just figured it out.
Step 1 upload image to your site or an image hosting site like Flickr or Photo Bucket.
Step 2 Locate the image you uploaded to the web site from a separate window and just drag & drop the image into your Yahoo message.
If you are using yahoo, try to copy/paste the image but be sure to select the RICH TEXT option above the text box in yahoo email.
It is easy to embed an image or a photograph in an e-mail which is sent from a Yahoo or a Hotmail account because it supports aspNetEmail. The advantage of aspNetEmail is that it automatically supports embedding images or photographs in an e-mail. Embedding images or photographs in an e-mail is not possible if you use System.Web.Mail.
Apart from embedding images from a URL, aspNetEmail also supports a wide variety of features such as built-in iCal and vCal Calendaring support, built-in vCard support, DataGrids (which can be added to the e-mail body of the users), E-mail UserControls, attachments (which can be created from Streams), attachments (which can be created from URL's), images (which can be embedded from HTML Strings), embedded images (which can be created from Byte Arrays), ASP.NET Exceptions ASP.NET Web Forms (which can be automatically processed), e-mail (which can be sent from the web.config Settings), DataTables (which can be MailMerged), etc.
I find this the most curious question. No one seems to have a real answer for this, and I have tried many suggestions' such as parking the photo at a photo storage site, pasting onto a mail composition page on IE, etc. Yet I keep receiving mail that contains embedded pics. How do they do it? And why did Yahoo disable this facility?
One way to embed pictures in yahoo rather than adding an attachment is to use your signature option which allows some HTML. First your image has to be on the web try Flickr or photo bucket which are free and allow direct off site linking.1. Go to Mail Options2. Click "Signature"3. Click "View HTML Source"4. Insert your images website address, example: <img src="http://www.photobucket.com/yourimagename.jpg">5. Unclick "View HTML Source"6. Your image should show it the box, if only text shows you may be missing a < or " in your HTML code which you inserted in step 4
I believe the way everyone does it is to use Outlook express which will embed and then send it to yourself at your regular email address. I don't use Outlook to receive emails because of the risk involved.
Well guys I have done all that stuff that you guys told, it worked but then I try send the email to my own inbox, I am only see a link that I have to click, why that's happen?
Why is it so hard to do such a common task in such a common piece of software that is so commonly used?
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You can open your Hotmail account. Click on create a new message and click on attachment. You can attachment your images file in mail otherwise you can copy your images and just paste in your mail.
The procedure to insert a photo or image into an email through yahoo or hotmail is same. In Yahoo and Hotmail emails we have an attachment facility to send a file or photograph over internet or our host. They have some limitation for the size of the file or photograph. The procedure to embed photograph or image is almost the same in both the mails. First login into yahoo or hotmail from were you want to send your photograph. After you login you get an option known as compose, wherein you will need to write the email, click on that option. Write your email ID in front of TO at the top and then write subject and then write your message in the blank space. After that when you click on the option attach it will open a new window, which will show you tab browse. Click on browse and select the image file in your hard drive or CD. Next you need to click on the option done, once clicked on the option you will return to the main page. Now click on send button, the email will be send to your host with your photograph attached to that email.