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    SENDTO - Mail Comand is missing (Word 2000)

    We have deployed Office 2000 in a Windows 2000 environment. We use Lotus Notes as our corporate email - not Outlook or Outlook Express.

    We now find that many users do not have the SENDTO - Mail command available to them - you can see the entry but it is greyed out.

    Is there a way to get this functionality back and configure it so that Lotus Notes will work with Microsoft Word as the default email program.

    In particular, we need the ability to mail merge to electronic mail - this option is completely absend on many computers.

    *** On an unrelated note, how do I perform a "search" wihin this WOPR forum - I do no have a search option displayed - I see MAIN iNDEX, CONTROLS POSTBOX etc but no SEARCH option.

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    Re: SENDTO - Mail Comand is missing (Word 2000)

    About your last question: the search option has been disabled for quite a while because it overburdened the Lounge server. At present, we can't say when it will be restored. see <post#=250092>post 250092</post#>.

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    Re: SENDTO - Mail Comand is missing (Word 2000)

    Was Lotus Notes installed after Office 2000? If so, you may have to repair the installation of Office 2000. Try Help | Detect and Repair.

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    Re: SENDTO - Mail Comand is missing (Word 2000)

    The other day I posted some links with Microsoft articles on making Office 2000 Send To options work with Outlook Express. Right now I don't recall which board they were on, but that fix involved editing the MAPI section in win.ini, I believe. Possibly a knowledge base search at Microsoft (either directly, or via Google) would turn it up.

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    Re: SENDTO - Mail Comand is missing (Word 2000)

    John,

    We use Lotus Notes 5 and Office 2000. We had the same problem you are experiencing. After some effort we solved the problem as follows.

    1. Installed Lotus Notes 5 (we installed the applications in a specific order, created a build, imaged it using ghost and cloned the PCs thereafter)
    2. Installed Office 2000 using custom transform installing the very basic Outlook commands
    2. Once installed we run a CMW file to remove Outlook
    4. Changed the following registry settings to have the following values.

    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESoftwareMicrosoftWindows Messaging SubsystemMSMapiApps]
    "mapisp32.exe"=""
    "pilotcfg.exe"="Lotus Notes"
    "admin.exe"=""
    "ilpilot.exe"="Lotus Notes"
    "outlook.exe"=""
    "nwab32.dll"=""
    "schdmapi.dll"="Lotus Notes"
    "msspc32.dll"="Lotus Notes"
    "awfaxp32.dll"="Lotus Notes"
    "awfxcg32.dll"="Lotus Notes"
    "awsnto32.exe"="Lotus Notes"
    "awlinz32.dll"="Lotus Notes"
    "awutil32.dll"="Lotus Notes"
    "awfext32.dll"="Lotus Notes"
    "awfxab32.dll"="Lotus Notes"
    "mailmig.exe"="Lotus Notes"
    "wfxmsrvr.exe"="Lotus Notes"
    "outstore.dll"="Lotus Notes"
    "newprof.exe"="Lotus Notes"
    "msab32.dll"="Lotus Notes"
    "msexcimc.exe"="Lotus Notes"
    "exchng32.exe"=""
    "events.exe"="Lotus Notes"
    "inetsw95.exe"="Lotus Notes"
    "choosusr.dll"="Lotus Notes"


    It worked an absolute treat after that.

    I hope this helps.

    Regards

    John

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