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I once edited the right-click menu to add things...

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I once edited the right-click menu to add things...

mistercrowley
What I want to do is use regedit to add to the right-click menu so that I can use Outlook 2010 and not just rely on the web version of Yahoo Mail to pop up.

If I do it that way, the Yahoo way, I still have to attach the items when the page loads.

Help, please....
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    TobiF

    Are you talking about some functionality in explorer? (And what version of Windows).

    Or are you trying to right-click in some application? I hope you realize it's much easier to answer if you include that type of information.

    And also: What is it, that you're trying to do? Send files as attachments via email?

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    SP1D3R

    by this:
    "still have to attach the items when the page loads."

    I think he means he wants to use a direct method to attatch a file to a new email, with an application launch. So that say, he could take Numbers+Graph.xls, right click, then send to boss@enterprise.com. My interpretation anyways, clarification would supersede assumptions ofc.

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    TobiF

    That's, more or less, my assumption, as well.

    What I don't understand, is why OP was tweaking the registry for this. By default, you have a SendTo item for MAPI send.

    Maybe he did a registry tweak to open Yahoo instead of pulling the systems native MAPI handles.

    But, before digging deeper, it would really be good to have some clarification.

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    TobiF

    Are you talking about some functionality in explorer? (And what version of Windows).

    Or are you trying to right-click in some application? I hope you realize it's much easier to answer if you include that type of information.

    And also: What is it, that you're trying to do? Send files as attachments via email?

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    SP1D3R

    by this:
    "still have to attach the items when the page loads."

    I think he means he wants to use a direct method to attatch a file to a new email, with an application launch. So that say, he could take Numbers+Graph.xls, right click, then send to boss@enterprise.com. My interpretation anyways, clarification would supersede assumptions ofc.

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    TobiF

    That's, more or less, my assumption, as well.

    What I don't understand, is why OP was tweaking the registry for this. By default, you have a SendTo item for MAPI send.

    Maybe he did a registry tweak to open Yahoo instead of pulling the systems native MAPI handles.

    But, before digging deeper, it would really be good to have some clarification.