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Help: Windows Mail Client problem

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by someone@anywhere.com, May 22, 2010.

  1. someone@anywhere.com

    someone@anywhere.com Flightless Bird

    I have two computers running Windows 7, one a 64 bit Pro version, the
    other a 32 bit home pre version.

    I run ACDSEE on both machines and one of the things that ACDSEE can do
    it resize and email picturs for you. In the setup of this function in
    ACDSEE there is a place where you select either SMTP or your mail
    client. In windows Vista you could go to default programs and select
    your default mail client and then in ACDSEE that client would show up
    as a choice along with SMTP. I use BECKY Mail and in both of my WIN7
    installations, even after selecting Becky Mail as my default mail
    client, acdsee does not see Becky as a possible, only SMTP. Maybe this
    is not a windows issue, instead an ACDSEE problem.

    Does anyone know of a problem in this default mail setting?

    Thanks,
    Gene
     
  2. Augustus

    Augustus Flightless Bird

    > Maybe this
    > is not a windows issue, instead an ACDSEE problem.


    It is....ACDSee is not fully Windows 7 compliant. Quote from ACDSee Systems
    Customer support: "... we have identified usability issues ... ACDSee Pro
    2.5 was not developed for use on Windows 7, and it is not supported under
    this operating system"
     
  3. Camper

    Camper Flightless Bird

    "Augustus" <gehenna@telusplanet.net> wrote in message
    news:wD0Kn.4538$Z6.3835@edtnps82...
    >> Maybe this
    >> is not a windows issue, instead an ACDSEE problem.

    >
    > It is....ACDSee is not fully Windows 7 compliant. Quote from ACDSee
    > Systems Customer support: "... we have identified usability issues ...
    > ACDSee Pro 2.5 was not developed for use on Windows 7, and it is not
    > supported under this operating system"


    That is assuming that op is running ACDsee Pro 2.5. ACDSEE photo manager
    Version 12 is compatible with Windows 7.

    Aussie Camper
     
  4. Augustus

    Augustus Flightless Bird

    > That is assuming that op is running ACDsee Pro 2.5. ACDSEE photo manager
    > Version 12 is compatible with Windows 7.
    >
    > Aussie Camper


    When the OP does not supply relevant information one has to assume that he
    is using earlier versions of ACDSee Photo Manager or Pro that have not been
    certified for Windows 7. As you point out, Photo Manager 12 has. Pro 3.0
    also has. He also neglects to mention the version of Becky mail he is using
    as well, and this could also be an issue. What is almost certainly not the
    issue is Windows 7.
     
  5. someone@anywhere.com

    someone@anywhere.com Flightless Bird

    On Sun, 23 May 2010 19:07:13 GMT, "Augustus" <gehenna@telusplanet.net>
    wrote:

    >> That is assuming that op is running ACDsee Pro 2.5. ACDSEE photo manager
    >> Version 12 is compatible with Windows 7.
    >>
    >> Aussie Camper

    >
    >When the OP does not supply relevant information one has to assume that he
    >is using earlier versions of ACDSee Photo Manager or Pro that have not been
    >certified for Windows 7. As you point out, Photo Manager 12 has. Pro 3.0
    >also has. He also neglects to mention the version of Becky mail he is using
    >as well, and this could also be an issue. What is almost certainly not the
    >issue is Windows 7.


    Sorry about not being clear with my basics. I'm running 3 on the 64
    bit win7 and 2.5 on the 32 bit win7. I have Paint Shop Pro ver 13 on
    the 64 bit win7 also and it to has the same issue with a twist. When I
    select to email an image from PSP, it tells me I don't have a default
    email program set and if I click continue it opens a send window in
    Becky with the picture resized and attached. So PSP works but it does
    not know it's going to work. ACDSEE just plain does not see the
    default mail program as set.

    Beating a dead horse here I guess as some say ACDSEE has issues with
    win7.
     

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