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This question is for Kees. All submitted content is subject to our Terms Of Use. Because of the method used to access Outlook, the Send to command will always use the Outlook editor, not Word (Outlook 2003 and older, if Word is set as your email Now, try the right click and send to option for that file on your desktop.If it still doesn't work, read on......I haven't been able to find an article specific to Outlook

Query the web hasn't given any result. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - use the shortcut to outlook by bangquackadoodle · 9 years ago In reply to re: Send to email recipie Any other ideas? > > PS - Is Windows "stealing" my settings and resetting Windows Mail as a > default? Outlook is not started. Any other ideas? > > "Ramesh, MS-MVP" wrote: > > > Click Start, select Default Programs > > Click Set program access and computer defaults > > Click Custom, and select

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Links Alpha & New 06 May 2007 #9 DBourne Guest Re: "Right Click, Send to Mail Recipient" does not open e-mail win Ramesh, I am sad to report that this might not be the If Office 2007 were a mature, finished product you >> should have gotten an error message that says: >> "To use this feature, you must install the version of MicrosoftWordthat >> CNET's LG V20 Giveaway We are giving away two units of the new premium phone from LG that comes with Android Nougat and two rear cameras.

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But these didn't fix the problem, but using those pages and the command line reference for Outlook 2007, this gave me the answer:1. Believe it or not, IE is integrated throughout the system. I neglected to mention that I had already > set my E-mail client (Outlook 2007) as my default mail client using "Default > Programs" as you outline below. Share Flag This conversation is currently closed to new comments. 21 total posts (Page 1 of 3)   01 | 02 | 03   Next + Follow this Discussion · |

Everyone here who has been migrated to outlook 07 seems to have the issue and i cant work out why!Let me know if you think of anything else. Vista mail sending e-mail using right click or file-send-to e-mail recipientI have a new computer that uses Vista.When I try to use the right click send or file send, the box To work around this limitation, you can add a new Send To entry so that a user can use the custom form that was created by using the Forms Administrator utility.Optionally, Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: Outlook 2007 not working with Send To -> Mail Recipient The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited.

Use Joseph's Script Method if you want to select multiple attachments. Every time. Close both programs and see if that works. New 04 May 2007 #7 Ramesh, MS-MVP Guest Re: "Right Click, Send to Mail Recipient" does not open e-mail win You're welcome, DBourne.

Click "Ok" and name your new shortcut to "Mail Recipient".Your new Send To context menu should now send HTML (or RTF) emails and allow you to continue to use Outlook simultaneously. System is XP Pro SP2 + patches, > >> IE7. > >> > >> Thanks in advance > >> > >> Graham > > > Report message to a moderator Additionally, I cannot send a link or >> >page >> > from IE7. just select the outlook link and send to there.

Try deleting the outlook.ost file associated with your outlook account fromC:\Documents and Settings\username\local settings\application data\microsoft\outlookWhere username is your windows/network usernameOutlook must be closed when deleting this. We used to expect that from Microsoft products in the 80s and 90s. If that is no longer a system icon (no arrow indicating it's a shortcut), or if the program that normally opens your MapiMail has been , the Send To Mail Recipient this content A major > piece of software like Word should not crash when a customer chooses a normal > command.

This problem needs a patch. > > Tony Killeen > > > "CM" wrote: > > > Check to see if Outlook is setup to be the default email, calendar, etc or read our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. Page 1 of 2 12 Last Jump to page: "Right Click, Send to Mail Recipient" does not open e-mail window « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Similar Threads Thread Forum

I should have said that "failure" was expected.

New 04 May 2007 #8 Ramesh, MS-MVP Guest Re: "Right Click, Send to Mail Recipient" does not open e-mail win Articled it also. Register a free account to unlock additional features at Welcome to BleepingComputer, a free community where people like yourself come together to discuss and learn how to use their computers. This is different from what I posted earlier. >> > >> > Click "Set your default programs" >> > Select Microsoft Outlook >> > Click "Set this program as default" >> He'll know.

My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ... Custom Domains Category Colors Don't Display in Inbox 14 Steps To Building Emails So They Get Noticed Outlook 2016 Sept 2016 Updates Newest VBA Samples Automatically Add Travel Time to Other attach methods work (i.e. "drag-and-drop"), but > this is major issue with photos, since I have very large photo files that > need to be re-sized by Windows before being have a peek at these guys However, to me, a program crash is not "expected".

RE: "Not relevent but IE7"Yes, it matters. If you right click that icon and choose properties, you should see NO program associated with it. It's an acronym for Beginner's All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code. A program > crash is ridiculous.

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