|stel, these instructions were originaly written for ME, but they're likely the same. "In a new Outlook Express HTML message, click on Format, Background, then Sound in the menu bar. Next, browse for the WAV file you wish to attach. Chances are, your recipient(s) won't be expecting to hear anything; I suggest selecting a short sound and allowing it to play back only once. Remember: don't annoy your friends or co-workers with this feature. They instantaneously delete messages sent from the boy who cried WOLF.WAV. Perhaps you've already completed your message before realizing you have a sound byte which would match its meaning. No big deal; you can embed a graphic and/or audio clip any time before sending the e-mail."|
Ed in Texas.