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coonsanders
post Apr 17 2004, 01:59 PM
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hi
can you use real player to send out songs in an attchment though email??
and if so how?


thanks in advance.
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post Apr 18 2004, 01:56 PM
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lenny,

Your question interests me.

Are you asking if you can send an email from the Real Player? I use the free one and I don't see any feature like that.

But if you are asking if you can send a real audio file as an attachment in an email, I think the answer is, "yes". You'll be tieing up your recipient's email though as they receive the potentially large real audio file.

Real audio's strength is the streaming capability. I'll guess that you don't have server space to store your real audio file, so instead you want to send the file instead? Maybe getting server space is a better choice than emailing a large sound file.

Have I come close to answering your question?
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post Apr 18 2004, 11:56 PM
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Hi Lenny
What you can do with RealPlayer 10 Plus is convert the large real audio file to a smaller Mp3 file and then email it with no problem. Hope this information nelps you.

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post Apr 21 2004, 06:55 PM
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hi guys-
i meant that id like to send songs though real player to people in say france
can you do this with real player??also im having problems downloading many
software.this also includes real player.all this might be a computer problem.
any ideas what might be causing this downloading?any ideas??



thanks to all who replied.
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post Apr 21 2004, 08:28 PM
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lenny,

I think the place to start is to figure out why you can't download. unsure.gif

Do you consistently get a particular error message when you attempt to download?

What exactly do you do when trying to download? I mean, do you right click, left click, click on some menu, or what?

Standard question: Do you have a firewall? Are you trying to download stuff at work, and they've got all sorts of controls on their connection to the Internet?

I suggest that we resolve the download issue first, and then move on to the bigger issue of what's possible with real audio.

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