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    mysticsaphire is offline Member Newbie
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    Default Sending folders

    this is probably a very stupid question, but i really dont know the answer. Many people are able to send folders (or at least more than one file like a whole manga volume) through email. how do you do this? i can only send files. please help!

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    Zip it up.

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    well the function is called "attach another file" which replaces the link of attach file, every emailing program/site has one

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    i knew that, chronium, im not that stupid. Thanks Jyuu

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    Im having the same problem. What do you mean by "Zip it up"

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    make it into a .zip file with a program such as winzip.

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    If you run Windows use this one...

    http://www.7-zip.org/download.html

    This is 7 zip. It can make files into .zip, .7z, or.tar for your archiving purpose, and it can open more or less any archive file you will ever run across (rar, tar, gz, bz2, etc.). The only one that compares is WinRAR, from what I have been lead to believe. Both are popular, and well supported and updated. As far as I know, the two are neck and neck in functionality, so if this program looks unappealing, look into WinRAR.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Volvogga
    If you run Windows use this one...

    http://www.7-zip.org/download.html

    This is 7 zip. It can make files into .zip, .7z, or.tar for your archiving purpose, and it can open more or less any archive file you will ever run across (rar, tar, gz, bz2, etc.). The only one that compares is WinRAR, from what I have been lead to believe. Both are popular, and well supported and updated. As far as I know, the two are neck and neck in functionality, so if this program looks unappealing, look into WinRAR.
    My computer automatically "Unzips" files when Im downloading... So can I just press "stop" when its Unzipping the files so I dont need to download that WinRAR thing? Im really sorry for all the questions, but Im not really computerly inclined.

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    Windows XP comes with its own inbuilt zip utility. Not as efficient as 7 zip or winrar but does the job

 

 

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