- I almost forgot about that. That CATCHPA email verification has
always been a mystery to me. It seemed to have been left behind in Y!
mail beta and then for a while every Email was checked. Then, none
checked. It seems periodic, and I'm not sure how that accomplishes
anything (although I'm glad when mails are not checked -as it has been
for a while now).
--- In Y-Mail@yahoogroups.com, "Donna" <okiebelle53@...> wrote:
> I do not use firefox. I have figured out a way to do it and that is use
> my OE account. As long as the group accepts attachments it will work.
> The image is in the body of the email and it is not just a thumbnail. I
> can not see a thumbnail!!
> I would like to include maybe a cute little smiley or even a email sig.
> BTW I use Live Pencil not the limited Yahoo smileys. Yahoo smiley's are
> so very TINY that I can not even make them out!!
> I have started to use Yahoo mail more since I do not have to verify my
> email sent out. That became a pain in the back side!!! I almost decided
> not to pay for it again if I had to verify every cotton picken email!!!
> I guess that web mail is limited to just attachments which can work but
> a lot of my friends will not open attachments for fear of a virus. So I
> really stay away from using attachments. It is really kind of pointless
> if the person I want to see it will not open it anyway. Even if it does
> come from me!!
> Tulsa, OK
> --- In Y-Mail@yahoogroups.com, too_much green_tea <toomuchgreentea@>
> > I wrote a rather complex how-to for embedding images into Y-mail beta
> a while ago. I haven't tried it for a long time though, so it may or
> may not work anymore ...
> > http://answers.yahoo.com/question/?qid=20060803085053AAAQQgq
> > The process can be much simpler by creating a Firefox extension with
> Yahoo's Photos API, but it's catch-22 - unless the extension was
> released by Yahoo, or unless I wrote the extension for myself,
> otherwise I would have trouble trusting it to grab my username and
> password ... and chances are you would feel the same if the extension
> were created by someone else as well.