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What would be the easiest way of quickly mailing a file through GMail ?

My uncle ( he is a press photographer) sends about 30-40 photos in email on a daily basis. He uses Gmail and attaches every image as an attachment in mail and then sends the email to a group (which has 150 email addresses).

Is there any free software to send photo to multiple emails directly, somewhat like select all photos in a folder then send ?

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marked as duplicate by Sathya, BinaryMisfit Dec 24 '09 at 22:15

This question was marked as an exact duplicate of an existing question.

Dupe of… ? – Sathya Dec 23 '09 at 16:45

Use a mail client like Thunderbird 3. Configure Thunderbird to use GMail. Then go to the folder, select all and click on send to -> Email client. The pics will be sent to Thunderbird 3, provided it's the default client and you can send the mails.

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Doing for Gmail what the MailTo link does for Outlook, the wonderfully simple gAttach is a small utility that reassigns Gmail as the default mail account from Windows documents. With gAttach installed, selecting Send from Windows Explorer, Firefox, and Microsoft Office automatically attaches the files to a Gmail composition.

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gAttach is freeware.

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with this can we send photos directly without going or opening gmail in browser? – metal gear solid Dec 25 '09 at 6:24
well it will open a browser window with Gmail Compose Mail and the files you want to send already attached. you will have to enter the recipient and hit the send button yourself :) – Molly7244 Dec 25 '09 at 12:54

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