I used to be able to right click on an object in Windows Explorer & Send to a mail recipient, and now when I try to do it nothing happens. Any ideas where I can turn this function back on? I use Windows XP Pro SP1 - Thanks!
The items for send to are in a (hidden) folder there is a send to folder in default , and in each user example above is mine the object is
and its attached below I dunno but try one of two things here look in all the send to folders if you find the object copy/paste it to the folder where it is missing or take the one I attached and copy that into the folder and see if that works
You can recreate that file in the sendto folder just by renaming an empty text file to Mail Recipient.MAPIMail.
But if I did understand the file is there it just does not work.
Do you have the "Sendto Powertoy" installed?
I have attached a text file with some of the relevant registry settings, they are just the default. If you are familiar with the registry you could compare the entries or otherwise rename the file so that it has a .reg extension, then rightclick merge (If XP is not installed in C:\Windows\ you'll have to edit the text to the proper path first) .
Also try to reregister sendmail.dll. In the Run dialog type:
Yes, tried that and numerous other things, including 'detect and repair' of Outlook, but still no luck.
Interestingly, I made OE my default and it worked, but when I go back to Outlook, problem persists.
Minor but annoying. Hope someone can help.