If you have a Windows computer then consider yourself lucky because Photos for Grandma is your easy solution. With this program you can send e-mails with pictures in decorative templates exactly as you view them.
It's true. Just place a contact's floater on the desktop, fire-off your viewer and simply drag & drop all pictures you want to send. Photos for Grandma resizes and rotates pictures automatically (originals remain intact!), composes an html message and sends it directly to one or more recipients.
|| We'll assume you were excited enough about the program that you did not wait until now to install it, but in case you needed some assistance with this first step please refer to "Installing Photos for Grandma" page and then come back to continue.
Now it's time to add a contact or two. Photos for Grandma allows 15 days for free evaluation without any limits so you can try it right away. We'll show you the quickest route and later you can explore some additional options by yourself. To add a contact:
- Double click on Photos for Grandma's icon in the taskbar.
- Click Add Contact.
- Type in the name and e-mail address.
- For the beginning set Small photos for it.
- Click Save.
Final phase with sending photos brings the most fun. Here is what to do:
- Click on the contact's floating window and drag it out of the program's main window.
- Start browsing through your photos in a viewer program.
- When you see a photo you want to send simply drag it to the contact's floating window and drop on it.
- Once you finish adding photos simply click on Send button on the contact's floating window to send them.
- Select additional recipients if you want them and type in the message subject.
- Pick a template and click Preview to check how it's gonna look like.
- Click Send and consider it done… after a little while that is, because sending large e-mails still takes some time. :)
Wonder how a sent message
We made an example for you with a couple of photos. This MHT file is exactly what you get in the Sent Items folder and when opened in the browser it shows the sent message.
may look like?