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When you point to Send To on the File menu, or you right-click a file and then point to Send To, the Mail Recipient command may be missing. Reinstalling your e-mail program may not resolve the issue.
This behavior can occur if the "Mail Recipient.MAPIMail" file is missing from the SendTo folder.
Use one of the following methods to resolve this behavior.
Method 1: Unregister and then reregister the Sendmail.dll file
For Microsoft Outlook Express 5.0 and Microsoft Outlook Express 6.0, follow these steps.When the .MAPIMail file does not exist in the Disk:/Documents and Settings/username/SendTo folder, the Mail Recipient command is not shown when you point to Send To on the File menu.
For Microsoft Outlook Express 4.x, follow these steps:
Method 2: Create a Mail Recipient.MAPIMail file in the SendTo folderNote This method only works if you are using a Messaging Application Programming Interface-based (MAPI-based) e-mail program as your default Simple MAPI client.
Article ID: 182378 - Last Review: November 19, 2007 - Revision: 4.0
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