Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Search This Blog Loading... Help would be greatly appricaiated. > > > > > > "Graham Cooper" wrote: > > > > > >> I have recently installed Office 2007 Professional Plus, (previously used > At least it offers to save my file, but this is crazy. 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 Microsoft Word that matches check over here
Not relevent but IE7When you click the START button in Windows, do you see Outlook listed as the email client on the partial start menu that pops up, right below the If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post). Where are you trying to click the "send to mail recipient" from? Vista General Right-click "Send to Mail Recipient" being overridden by MS OutlooIs there any way to restore the default for this to use Windows Mail? her latest blog
PS - Is Windows "stealing" my settings and resetting Windows Mail as a default? Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - You seem to have quite a lot of other problems ... or read our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. It has always been the case the Office application versions > >> must match if you want to retain integration. > >> -- > >> Russ Valentine- Hide quoted text -
Outlook is not started. If you often send messages to the same people, you can use preaddressedcustom forms or use the /m switch (/m [email protected] or /m alias) in a shortcut's command line. MS says that if you've set a custom FORM to be used for your email instead of the default form, the "Send To Mail Recipient" command will no longer function. Tony "Russ Valentine [MVP-Outlook]" wrote: > As expected.
Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. You can find her helping people online in Outlook Forums as well as in the Microsoft Answers and TechNet forums. System is XP Pro SP2 + patches, > >> IE7. > >> > >> Thanks in advance > >> > >> Graham > > > Report message to a moderator http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/344602/send-to-mail-recipient-doesnt-work-outlook-2007/ New 04 May 2007 #6 DBourne Guest Re: "Right Click, Send to Mail Recipient" does not open e-mail win Ramesh, This procedure worked, thank you so much! (I am reasonable sure
Any other ideas? 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 Disruptive posting: Flaming or offending other usersIllegal activities: Promote cracked software, or other illegal contentOffensive: Sexually explicit or offensive languageSpam: Advertisements or commercial links Submit report Cancel report Track this discussion 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.
Thanks David!ReplyDeletenationof gandhis7:22 PMI found microsoft used a "/a" instead of "/p" and I, having a 64 bit system found the directory in programsx86 folder.ReplyDeleteAdd commentLoad more... read the full info here Facebook Twitter Google+ YouTube LinkedIn Tumblr Pinterest Newsletters RSS TechRepublic Search GO CXO Cloud Big Data Security Innovation More Software Data Centers Networking Startups Tech & Work All Topics Sections: Photos I use XP, Word 2003, Outlook 2007 (the latter was > recently installed). BLEEPINGCOMPUTER NEEDS YOUR HELP!
You can use this method to create shortcuts that use custom forms, including pre-addressed forms. Alas, Office 2007 is > neither a mature or finished product. > -- > Russ Valentine > [MVP-Outlook]"Tony K"
I change it back to outlook 2007 and then it works.
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. >> >> 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 attrached to 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, 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
If that does not help, could you send me the registry export of these two keys? Outlook 2010 - 64bit or 32-bit on 32-bit Windows Outlook 2007 on 32-bit Windows Outlook 2003 on 32-bit Windows Send to Mail Recipient not working If you are missing the you'll need to tag the end something like the above with a %1 - not sure about that detail. have a peek at these guys Select the account you want to use and delete the signature.
Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed. This has not solved the problem. This is different from what I posted earlier. > > Click "Set your default programs" > Select Microsoft Outlook > Click "Set this program as default" > Click OK. > > I use XP, Word 2003, Outlook 2007 (the latter was recently installed).
However, if I add some custom body text, e.g., : oEmailItem.Body = "My custom body text about this attached file: " & Left(subjectStr, (Len(subjectStr) )) The signature doesnt get included. Document saved on Windows DesktopA web page? Tony Killeen "CM" wrote: > Check to see if Outlook is setup to be the default email, calendar, etc > application for Windows. > > From Outlook go to Tools -> 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.
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. Alas, Office 2007 is >> neither a mature or finished product. >> -- >> Russ Valentine >> [MVP-Outlook]"Tony K"
The issue mainly happens on machines that > have upgraded from Office 2000 to 2003 than to 2007. > We have removed the Office application and done a full install and It changes my default within control Panel and default programs to custom. Build 7100 Email: Thunderbird thx Browsers & Mail Send to mail recipientHi Guys I have noticed that (Send to mail Recipient) is missing is there anyway of putting it back in:D I started to type another question and changed my mind, then forgot to delete it.
System is XP Pro SP2 + patches, IE7. BleepingComputer is being sued by Enigma Software because of a negative review of SpyHunter.