About e-mailing PaperPort Image items
Because Windows does not provide a viewer for PaperPort Image (.max) files, please be aware of the following if you want to send a PaperPort Image item as an e-mail attachment:
Any recipient who has PaperPort on their computer can easily view the .max files that you send.
For recipients without PaperPort, convert your PaperPort Image items to a common file format, such as PDF or JPEG before sending such items as attachments.
If you want to e-mail a multi-page PaperPort Image file and the recipient does not have PaperPort, save the .max file in a format that supports multi-page files, such as PDF or TIFF, and then e-mail the PDF or TIFF file as an attachment.