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IF YOU WANT YOUR GAME SENT BY E-MAIL, THIS BEARS REPEATING
An Internet connection is mandatory, and broadband nearly so. In addition, it should be the fastest possible, such as cable, fiber optic, or a premium DSL connection. One of the major consequences of adding extra features and special touches to the game is that the files are bigger. Likewise, dividing the map into multiple sections to make them easier to print also makes for a larger download.
Make sure too that you have an e-mail account capable of receiving large ZIP files seven megabyte range. You need to have room left in your mailbox to receive the files, and also have a service that lets you receive attachments that large. I have tested and found that free accounts from Yahoo, Google Gmail, and Hotmail all work well. Excite.com does not. Before opting for electronic delivery, it is a very good idea to check your email account through the web to determine exactly how much space you have left in your mailbox. Likewise, when in doubt about email accounts provided by your ISP, it can be a very good idea to check with your provider to determine exactly how large an attachment you can receive.
Be careful that your firewall and anti-virus software do not block ZIP files.
If your e-mail account is through work, please comply with your employer's rules on personal e-mail and attachments. Remember too, many companies monitor their employee's Internet activities, so you may not have a reasonable expectation of privacy.
I produce the best product that I can, but it is not worth risking your job.
If your connection and accounts meet these criteria, then e-mail delivery is probably the better alternative.
Should you have any doubts about any of this, I urge you to consider ordering Rommel at Gazala on CD-ROM. It is a little more money to you and it takes a little more time for me, but this option is much more certain to get your game to you on the first try and at the lowest risk.