" One, MP3 files are not an option when adding music. "
Other than " size " issue, why is it not an option ?
" Two, What the recipient has to do to fix the problem, depends on what
email program the recipient is using.
Do you know what OS and what email program your recipient is using? "
Windows Vista with WM, and one has XP with OE.
"Richard in AZ" <me@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> "t-4-2" <dhuang1@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>>I apologize if this is not the correct newsgroup to ask this question :
>> In fact I did ask this question before and I received an answer from one
>> the MVPs, but I lost the copy.
>> This is what I did :
>> Create Mail > Format > Background > Sound > browse to locate my choice of
>> music, Click Open > OK
>> ( I chose MP3 instead of .wav or midi, because they take too long to
>> and send ).
>> This is my problem :
>> I sent that to myself for testing. Music came on as soon as I opened the
>> But, when I sent it to someone else, the recipient was unable to hear
>> The answer I received before was about recipient having have to change a
>> setting, but I don't remember what.
>> Would someone please refresh my memory ? Thank you.
> One, MP3 files are not an option when adding music.
> Two, What the recipient has to do to fix the problem, depends on what
> email program the recipient is using.
> Do you know what OS and what email program your recipient is using?