That would be good. Also, if an attachment fails, it doesn't tell the
name of the attachment that failed. This makes it very difficult to
troubleshoot. It's a very simple necessary improvement.
--- In Y-Mail@yahoogroups.com, Paula McCartney <paulabbc@...> wrote:
> An attachment progress meter would be helpful.
> I do power point for the church and I email large power point files
with audio, as well as high graphics files for the bulletins and
newsletters I also do for the church. Sometimes I wonder if the file
has stalled, and I have no way to see if it is progressing other than
the little arrows circling. This doesn't tell you if things are still
progressing or not or how close you are to being done.
> Paula McCartney
> "For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power, and of
love, and of a sound mind."
> 2 Tim. 1:7
> visit Berean Baptist Church online www.berean-houston.org