When we purchase a new digital camera, we'll go with a model with the largest number of megapixels, so our photos can be printed on large-format digital photo paper. However, what we forget is that the digital photos are often huge and too big to email to our friends and family, who only want a quick preview of our images. You could compress them and send them as an archive, but then you need to be sure that the other person can handle and understand your archive.
Shrink Pic 1.4 is a simple tool that will automatically compress photos you attach to your email client or attempt to send through your IM client. You can preset the quality level, so that it compresses your images on the fly, before sending. It works with existing software, such as Mozilla Firefox or MSN Messenger.
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