Short URL to this thread: https://techguy.org/928065 Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? If you are missing the Mail Recipient shortcut in the Send to folder or it's not working: Go to the SendTo folder. No question is too small or big, simple or complicated, dumb or smart--what you'll find is a comfortable and friendly destination for you to discuss and get tips on fixing problems I have the same setup at home and it works correctly (brings >> up a >> new email loaded with an attached file of choice). >> >> is there a way his comment is here
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. I followed your directions and then opened OE, tools, internet options, programs and there was "Outlook Express" right where it should be. Join our site today to ask your question. Mail Recipient, the message subject will be filled in with Emailing: attachment_filename" and the message body will include a warning: Your message is ready to be sent with the following file
Set IE as the default browser. or read our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. Rather a simple one that Microsoft cannot even fix. ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: http://0.0.0.2/ Connection to 0.0.0.2 failed.
Hmmm. However, you can make your own send to shortcut and it will honor your new message settings, including adding your default signature, using your stationery, and using the editor of your Check your internet options to make sure you have a default email program. Click send and that's about it.
Reset Post Submit Post Software Forums Software · 43,584 discussions Open Source · 249 discussions Web Development · 11,536 discussions Browser · 1,205 discussions Mobile Apps · 47 discussions Latest From This text is added by the sendmail.dll file included in Windows and cannot be disabled. Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. Work perfectly! (inserting the line after "oEmailItem.Display".) 0 | 0Reply - Share Hide Replies ∧AllyAugust 26, 2015 9:22 amJoseph's script does exactly what I want.
What's New at Slipstick.com Subscribe to Exchange Messaging Outlook Newsletter Email Please enter a valid email address That address is already in use The security code entered was incorrect Thanks for http://www.techrepublic.com/forums/discussions/xp-send-to-menu-missing-mail-recipient/ I'm available for hire. Click on that and look up the file/pic you want to attach. A case like this could easily cost hundreds of thousands of dollars.
poochee replied Nov 15, 2016 at 12:58 PM Loading... this content Rename the file MailRecipient.MAPIMail (do not use .txt extension). not working...? (right click)>Send To>Mail Recipient... I do know it does not?t go where I want it.DC Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: "Send To Mail Recipient" Problem The posting of advertisements,
Maybe something killed your default setting.I hope this helps.Craig Herberghttp://info-safety.com 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - XP Send To Menu missing Mail Recipient by Paul · 10 years ago In reply to OK Apply, OK If applicable, go back and select the Classic Start Menu and click Apply, OK again. Posted: 10-23-2007, 09:43 PM On the internet explorer browser click on tools>internet options>programs and select Outlook as your email program. "99XJ" wrote: > On my computer at work, I noticed today weblink The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down.
This feature does not require Outlook; it will work with any email client that is set as the default client in Internet Options. Emailing: file1.doc, file2.xls subjectStr = subjectStr & Right(objArgs(a),Len(objArgs(a))-(InStrRev(objArgs(a),"\"))) & ", " Next If subjectStr = "" then subjectStr = "No Subject " oEmailItem.Subject = "Emailing: " & Left(subjectStr, (Len(subjectStr)-2)) 0 | LinkBack LinkBack URL About LinkBacks
Done. 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 I checked and I do have Outlook set as the default email client so why is not acting correctly? Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: "Send To Mail Recipient" Problem This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our staff.
In fact at this point I wouldn't know how to name an administrator.Thanks for the input.DC Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - One more try by PudgyOne / October Using the /c IPM.Note switch is optional and only necessary if you want to use a different message form. "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office 15\root\office15\outlook.exe" /c ipm.note /m [email protected] /a Outlook 2010 "C:\Program Can someone please help? check over here Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - I Understand And by dcmorris / October 6, 2005 12:52 AM PDT In reply to: Why don't you use attachmetn to send picture
Obviously you must select a default e-mail client one way or the other. Copied from Admin account, and ALL IS WELL! 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - XP Send To Menu missing Mail Recipient -- FIXED by Info-Safety, LLC · 10 years ago In reply Am I missing something here? If you use a default stationery, it will not be used.
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Use the /a and /m address switches to add an attachment and address to the message. With Outlook 2013 click-to-run, the command to add the selected file as an attachment and