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Scan To WebMail In Brother Software

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We have a Brother multifunction and a computer connected to it via the network.  Everything works great but when we want to scan to an email attachment, it only gives us Outlook and Outlook Express.  We only have webmail from our web host.  Is there anyway to send it to the webmail as an attachement or must we settle for saving it to a file and manually attaching it?
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I'd be very surprised if your ISP didn't provide a pop3 account with the service; but, as to webmail, it depends on the host.  Yahoo, Google, and AOL all offer a toolbar which includes a browser helper.  Once installed, the choices for the default email program include Yahoo, GMail, or AOL, respectively.
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