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

  • From: Douglas Harrison <harrison1d@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 04 May 2007 13:35:44 +0100

Alexander, I have not been following this thread carefully, so I apologise if 
the following is not relevant.  

Have you looked in the Set Program access and defaults in the Start 
Menu?    It is not one of the easiest to handle with a screen reader but that 
is where I would go to change default browser or e-mail client.

Hope that helps,

On 4 May 2007 at 12:47, Alexander Shannon wrote:  

> Hi Carol,
> I managed to change the default to Outlook Express, or so I thought,
> before reading your second message,however, If I try to send a document by
> selecting it via the send to option, a message pops up saying that either
> "there is no default e-mail client, or the current e-mail client can not
> fulfil the messaging request".
> Am I correct in thinking that the message I have put in quotation marks
> above implies that Outlook express can not send an attachment with a
> message if I use the send to e-mail recipient function from the file menu?
> Alexander Shannon 


Douglas Harrison

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