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    File, Send To (2003)

    File, Send To, Mail Receipient (As Attachment) is grayed out in my menu when I am in a document. Does anyone know the reg key I can adjust to make this available? Or if it's something different causing this? Thanks!!

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    Re: File, Send To (2003)

    Make sure that a default e-mail program has been set in the Programs tab of Tools | Internet Options in Internet Explorer.

    Also see OLEXP: "Send To" and E-mail Links Do Not Work Using Outlook Express as Default (I don't know if it applies to you)

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    Re: File, Send To (2003)

    Thanks Hans - the default mail program is set; same result; I'll check out the link you provided.

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    Re: File, Send To (2003)

    What is your default e-mail program?

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    Re: File, Send To (2003)

    Lotus Notes 6.5

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    Re: File, Send To (2003)

    MSKB article You cannot send a document as an e-mail message from an Office 2003 program mentions some registry settings that you should check if you're using a non-Microsoft e-mail program.

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    Re: File, Send To (2003)

    The Microsoft KB article that you referenced above fixed the issue. Thanks for your help Hans!!

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