Louis Forum Rules Report Topics For Staff Action BC Forums, List Preparation Guide Before Posting Malware Issues in MRL Forum Am I Infected Forum Back to top #3 nocky nocky Topic Specifically, this paragraph:"The SendTo feature in the operating systemTo use the SendTo feature in Windows, right-click a file, click Send To, and then click Mail Recipient in the File menu. Outlook is otherwise fine. I'm running windows XP Prof. his comment is here
I used it on an TI 99 4A computer about the same time. HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Clients\Mail HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Clients\Mail -- Regards, Ramesh Srinivasan, Microsoft MVP [Windows Shell/User] Windows® Troubleshooting http://www.winhelponline.com "DBourne"
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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. This is maddening. However what did work was I copied the shortcut from another user's profile on my machine and pasted it into mine and overwrote the existing one.ReplyDeleteLockheed5:21 PMAh... Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community.
When DOS had reached version 5.0 or 6.0, Windows was built on it. Basic what I don't remember, more then likely DOS. Someone please conform this and post how the registry should read!! http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/344602/send-to-mail-recipient-doesnt-work-outlook-2007/ I have read in posts that this problem requires a registry edit.
However, to me, a program crash is not > "expected". Option Explicit Dim objArgs, OutApp, oNameSpace, oInbox, oEmailItem, olMailItem Dim a, oAttachments, subjectStr, olFormatHTML olMailItem = 0 olFormatHTML = 2 Set objArgs = WScript.Arguments 'gets paths of selected files Set OutApp A mail > > window does not open. > > > > This is also the case when trying to attach ANY file using the right-click > > context menu method. If you need to add multiple attachments, use the shortcut to open a new message form with one attachment then drag the other attachments to the open message.
In older versions of Outlook, publish forms from the Tools, Forms menu. his explanation Thanks very much for the response. Any other ideas? > > PS - Is Windows "stealing" my settings and resetting Windows Mail as a > default? However, you cannot use this feature for a custom form that was created by using the Forms Administrator utility.
Off to do > some more searching. > > > > > > > > On Aug 28, 5:23 pm, "Russ Valentine [MVP-Outlook]"
Coming Soon to Windows 10: Office 365 Search Outlook Links Won't Open In Windows 10 BCM Errors after Upgrading to Windows 10 Outlook can't send mail in Windows 10: error Ox800CCC13 There is a default setting for Windows Mail that cannot be > un-checked, for files with an extension .eml. > > "Ramesh, MS-MVP" wrote: > >> Articled it also. >> >> See Support Services for fees and to check availability. weblink To work around this issue, try the steps as follow to set outlook 2010 as default mail client: · Click Start. · Type "default programs" in the Start Search box. ·
In the command line box (or Location box) put in the following (Make sure you use the quotes.): "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\OFFICE12\OUTLOOK.EXE" /p5. A major > piece of software like Word should not crash when a customer chooses a > normal > command. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended.
New 03 May 2007 #4 Mary Guest Re: "Right Click, Send to Mail Recipient" does not open e-mail win You should also check the default programs in Internet Options, Set Default If you use a shortcut you create to send images, you will not get the Image Resizer dialog that comes up with the Mail Recipient command. Try this: oEmailItem.Body = "My custom body text about this attached file: " & Left(subjectStr, (Len(subjectStr) )) & vbcrlf & oEmailItem.Body If you are using HTML and have links in your If you do not, Outlook has NOT been set as your default email program.What is your de 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Answers to previous post by twist944 · 9 years
No Joy. "CM" wrote: > Check to see if Outlook is setup to be the default email, calendar, etc > application for Windows. > > From Outlook go to Tools -> The default is set through Internet Options in IE7, or control panel if you prefer to go that route. 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. check over here Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post.
Since you probably already have your browser (IE7) open while reading this, click Tools -> Options -> Programs and make sure Outlook 2007 is set as your DEFAULT mail program. I should have said that "failure" was expected. Do you have updates enabled?This is XP Professional we're talking about here not Windows 95 or earlier perhaps some ancient DOS machine.