How do I attach a file to an e-mail message?

In pine:

1. Type C to compose your message.

2. Type the e-mail address you want to send to on the To: line.

3. Go to the line Attchmnt: and type Control-J

4. On the bottom of the screen it will say File to attach:

Either type in the filename or type Control-T to browse through your files. Use the arrow keys to scroll through the files and use the 'Enter'/'Return' key to select the file.

5. After the file has been selected, it will say Attachment comment: on the bottom of the screen. This may be blank. After hitting the 'Enter'/'Return' key, you will see your attached file on the line Attchmnt:

6. After typing your message, hit Control-X to send and then type Y for Yes.

In Outlook:

1. Click on New to compose your message.

2. Next to To..., type the e-mail address you want to send to.

3. Click on the icon of the paperclip to attach message or go to Insert->File This will bring up a window where you can browse your folders and select the file(s) you want to attach. When you done selecting the file, click on the Insert button.

4. You will see the attached file on the bottom of your e-mail message

5. Type your message, and click Send when you are done.

In Mozilla/Netscape:

1. Click on the button Compose to compose yout message

2. Next to To:, type the e-mail addres you want to send to.

3. Click on the icon of the paperclick that says Attach or go to the Insert menu to select the type of file you wish to insert. This will bring up a window where you can browse your folders and select the file(s) you want to attach. When you done selecting the file, click on the Open button.

4. You will see the attached file in the Attachments section of the e-mail.

5. Type your message and click Send when you are done.