Change the form of "send to mail recipient"


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Andy

I would like to modify the email forms that opens when I click send to
mail recipient from explorer. I am looking to open an email with my
signature. I have winxp and OL2003
 
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A

Andy

That option works only for your email account when you create a new
email from outlook
I am looking to change the form that opens when you right click on a
file from explorer and select "sent to > mail recipient".
Thanks anyway
 
C

Christian Goeller

Hello Andy, you wrote on 26 Jun 2005 23:49:53 -0700:
I would like to modify the email forms that opens when I click send to
mail recipient from explorer. I am looking to open an email with my
signature. I have winxp and OL2003
This is not possible with the default sent-to item.

Create a new shortcut to outlook.exe

"C:\Programme\Microsoft Office\OFFICE11\OUTLOOK.EXE" /a %1
(Conform path to outlook.exe if necessary)

and name it by example "Outlook Mail".

Now move this shortcut to the SentTo-Folder

C:\Documents and Settings\%Username%\SentTo

If you cannot find this folder (it has the attribute "hidden"), please
verify that all folders and files are shown in windows explorer. In
Windows Explorer go to

Tools | Folderoptions | View

and activate the option "Show all files and folders".

In the future use this shortcut when you send a mail over "Send-To" and
it will open an e-mail you want.
 
A

Andy

Hi Christian,

Thank you very much for your suggestions. You have solved my problem
Regards
 
C

Christian Goeller

Hello Andy, you wrote on 27 Jun 2005 06:18:51 -0700:
Thank you very much for your suggestions. You have solved my problem
Fine ;-)
 
B

Brian Tillman

Christian Goeller said:
Now move this shortcut to the SentTo-Folder

C:\Documents and Settings\%Username%\SentTo
That should be "SendTo"
 
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Christian Goeller

Hello Brian Tillman, you wrote on Mon, 27 Jun 2005 10:33:14 -0400:
That should be "SendTo"
Well, you're right naturally but I think the OP unterstood anyway what I
meant.:)
 
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Brian Tillman

Christian Goeller said:
Well, you're right naturally but I think the OP unterstood anyway
what I meant.:)
Obviously, since he reported that his problem was solved.
 

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