[access-uk] Re: sending attachments and if your default e-mail client is Outlook Express rather than Microsoft Outlook

From the main Outlook Express window, go to Tools, Options, and the General 
tab.  If Outlook Express is not the default, you'll have a button on that 
tab that will enable it to be so.

I seem to recall having problems myself when I was running both Outlook and 
Outlook Express and they did fight a bit . . ..

I don't run Outlook now but there certainly must be an option in there but, 
again, it won't show up if Outlook is your default.
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Alexander Shannon" <alexacts2v4@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, May 04, 2007 11:04 AM
Subject: [access-uk] Re: sending attachments and if your default e-mail 
client is Outlook Express rather than Microsoft Outlook


> Hi Carol,
>
>
> Initially what you say was correct, although I remember recently changing 
> my
> default client to Outlook Express, but, just encase  the change has not 
> been
> saved from when I last did it, how do I check which is my default client
> please?
>
>
> Alexander Shannon
>
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