Have you tried sending it as an attachment to see if the recipient see the
animation? If not, try that. Also, make sure their security settings are
not set too high and what e-mail program are they using?
"teachimp" <teachimp@xxxxxx> wrote in message
Windows Mail allows you to send moving gifs, however having tried Windows
Live Mail on a couple of accounts & PCs, I am still unable to get the gifs
Please can you let me know how you have overcome this Larry, as I'm about to
chuck my PC. Thanks.
> That's really strange because I tested it before I posted my answer just
> make sure and the animation was viewed by my recipient.
> "teachimp" <teachimp@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> I am also unable to insert moving gifs. The recipient doesn't see the
> "¬©LarryE¬ļ" wrote:
> > I agree it's confusing, but the recipient does see the animation, so
> > it's
> > not lost.
> > --
> > LarryE
> > "Yugo Amaryl" <yugo.amaryl@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> > news:048E8198-73BA-4842-B051-F45F77D01FDF@xxxxxx
> > I think that the worst thing in WLM is that when I insert an inline
> > picture,
> > it is resized, even if it is only 640x480! This is very annoying
> > especially
> > when I insert an animated GIF, because when it is resized it is no
> > longer
> > animated!
> > So I had to use Windows Mail instead of Live Mail to create my Xmas
> > greetings mail!
> > Well done, MS!
> > --
> > Yugo Amaryl