Emails Letters and Mailing Lists-Adding an attachment

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Adding an attachment

Adding an attachment
Increasingly when users send email attachments, ISP spam filters are identifying these innocent but potentially large attachments as spam. Consequently these emails and attachments never make it to their intended recipient.
Selecting the option to upload your attachment to a server will eliminate this frustrating problem. Once the file has been uploaded to the ChamberMaster server and selected, a link is generated and automatically placed inside your email allowing the recipient to click to receive their attachment.
There are three options available when selecting Add/Remove Attachment:
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Figure 2-1 – Three attachment options
ΠUpload your attachment file to the ChamberMaster server and include a link to that file in your email. - - produces an email that reduces the size by including a link to the file instead of actually sending the file. Recipients of the email will retrieve the attachment from the secure ChamberMaster server by clicking the designated link within the email. This selection is the same as the Add an Attachment icon (Emails Letters and Mailing Lists-Adding an attachment-Communication.1.023.2.jpg) on the editor tool bar.
 Include a link within the email to a file hosted on your chamber website. - - allows the sender to create a hyperlink to documents or URLs located on other servers. A custom email link may also be generated using this selection. This selection is the same as the Insert/Edit Link icon (Emails Letters and Mailing Lists-Adding an attachment-Communication.1.023.3.jpg) on the editor tool bar.
Ž Append your file to the email directly. - - the traditional way of sending attachments. This selection will send the document with the email
Explained below are the steps for option Œ, which is the recommended selection to reduce problems when sending through your ISP.