2103RE: Instant Share E-Mail
- Oct 28 4:06 PMI'd dodge it.
When I want to transmit an image in a format that's printable and doesn't
take up a lot of kb, I choose:
200 dots per inch resolution
3" x 5" dimensions
Jpgs are always viewable in the web browser even if they have no other image
If they are wanting the image for publishing (a higher quality document that
can be manipulated), I'd choose:
300 dots per inch resolution
x" x y" dimensions (exactly same size as original)
.tif format (same as .tiff)
(creates a file that has more kb; is slower to transmit/open & requires any
standard image editing software to use/manipulate)
These are not standard, but generally good enough for most purposes. For
professional archival or publishing purposes, one would simply bump up the
Judith Rempel, Webster
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> Subject: Instant Share E-Mail
> I have a new HP printer/copier/scanner and have a question about sending
> photos by email.
> I can send photos as an attachment or by using what HP calls
> "Instant Share
> Email". They explain that the photos I select to send are sent thumbnail
> size, then the receiver clics on a link in the email to view full size
> photos on a secure web page. These photos can be viewed on this web page
> for approximately 4 weeks. I am concerned about the "security"
> of this web
> page and don't want to open myself to inadvertently giving out my email
> address, or the addresses of the recipients, to anyone else. Can anyone
> advise me if this system is well know, and indeed secure?
> Thank you.
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