You can attach any file to an email with AOL Email on the Web. You can send a total of 16 Mb of attachments per email, either as a single file or as a group of smaller files.
Note: The recipient must have software that is compatible with your files in order to open them. For example, if you send someone a WordPerfect file, your recipient must have either the WordPerfect software or a word processing program capable of opening WordPerfect files. Also make sure the file is compatible with your recipient's computer; a Macintosh machine may not be able to read some Windows files, and vice versa.
If you attach a single file to your email, it will not be compressed automatically. The recipient will not need any special decompression software to use the file.
To attach a file to your email:
If you attach multiple files, they will be zipped (compressed) into a single file by the AOL service before they are sent out. The recipient of your email will need to unzip the files after downloading them. If the recipient is signed on to the AOL or CompuServe service, the files will be unzipped automatically after sign off or upon download. If the recipient of your mail uses a different Internet Service Provider (ISP), they may need special software to unzip or decompress the files before viewing or using them.
To attach multiple files to your email: