Email Sharing dslrBooth allows your guests to e-mail their photos to themselves as well as other friends. This instructional video outlines how this feature can be configured. Have more questions? Submit a request 12 Comments Date Votes 0 Amirul November 07, 2015 03:22 Can I collect the email address from the clients? 0 Jherrera November 21, 2016 18:40 Of course, if you enter the "Settings" option then in the "General" tab you will find the counter of all the actions you will also find a button called "view shares" press it and you will open the windows explorer and you will see a "csv" named "dslrBooth_Shares.csv" there is all the information. 0 Meryl Swiatek December 20, 2016 18:17 Hi, is there a demo for how to set up email sharing on a Mac using the most recent software update? Under Sharing, I only see the place to put in the replyto email and the message, nowhere to configure the provider settings. 1 Samar Qureshi March 11, 2017 17:41 Hi, I'm having trouble sending emails using DSLR Booth. I am able to send test emails to myself, however when I use the software to send photos after a session it says "email queued" but never triggers the email to send. I did a whole event with no pictures being delivered. When I check the setting it says there are 0 queued and 0 sent today. Is this an issue with the update? Please advise! 1 Zach Hartwick May 02, 2017 18:26 I'm having the exact same problem as Samar, any information on this problem? 1 Samar Qureshi May 02, 2017 21:57 I was able to get support from the DSLR team and resolve this. There is a limitation of 4000 characters allows in the e-mail HTML script. All you need to do is reduce the number of characters (by condensing your headers, etc) and it should work! 2 Zach Hartwick May 02, 2017 22:11 Thanks Samar, I talked to support and got the same response. Sounds like an update is coming soon to increase the limit. We gutted our code and it worked just fine. 1 ASHLEY SUGARMAN June 30, 2017 05:36 I'm having the same problem as everyone here. When i try to send pictures, it just says "email queued". I don't understand how to reduce the number of characters as you all mention above. Help! 1 Zach Hartwick June 30, 2017 14:47 Ashley, Our problem was 100% the email character limit. To get around this problem, we started with using an html mini-fier like this, https://kangax.github.io/html-minifier/. Then we went through and removed as much of the html and inline css as we could without messing up the look. Hopefully this helps, we were able to get our 40k characters done to below the limit, but it took a bit of doing. 0 ASHLEY SUGARMAN June 30, 2017 15:53 I think my question is where on the application do you make these changes to the html? 0 Zach Hartwick June 30, 2017 15:58 Ashley, If you didn't write your own email in HTML then this may not be your problem. If you had made a custom email you would have put it in the email section of the sharing tab. I think, it's not in front of me right now. 0 Zach Hartwick June 30, 2017 15:59 I would reach out to tech support. If the issue isn't custom e-mails I may not be the best help. Please sign in to leave a comment.