Digital Camera - Convert large pictures to small to send via email

Does anyone know if there is a good software program out there that will enable me to convert a mass amount of pictures taken from my digital camera from 3MB per photo to a smaller file size to send over email?  Currently I am opening each photo in Photoshop and changing the imiage quality from 300dpi to 72dpi.  This process takes a long time and I have 100's of photos I would like to convert.  It would be great if there was a program that could take a folder of 200+ pictures and convert all of them from 300dpi to 72dpi.  THANKS!!
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Microsoft Picture Resizer will do that, you select all the images you want to resize, right click on them select Picture Resizer. Then, you enter the width/height info you want the pictures to be resized to and go.

Have a look:
It is actually, Image Resizer...
You can find Amazing programs , there is also a freeware program there

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Wooky JackCommented:

zip them up reduces the size a bit and makes sure they are sent speedily.

also if you don't have a program like photoshop to resize them you might use this:

good luck and let us know how it goes.
Hey cgriffith:

actually, IrfanView is the best way to go. it supports batch processing and has *much* better resampling filters than microsoft picture resizer...

but for the zipping, use 7-zip! It's free, opensource, fast and has better compression than most of the other tools.


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ehm, thanks for the points, but maybe you should have given the points to thephalanx and give him a grade A instead. i have nothing against points, but consider giving the points to the person who actually posted the answer next time, please...

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@ thephalanx: sorry...
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