Right Click Send to Mail - Used to be OE now changed to MSN/Hotmail

I installed MSN via Verizon DSL.  Now when I right click on a file and select Send To, it invokes MSN/Hotmail rather than OE.  How do I revert back to OE?
estebanjAsked:
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war1Commented:
estebanj,
   Make OE the default email handler.  With OE open, go to Tools > Options. On the General tab, select Make OE the default email handler.
estebanjAuthor Commented:
OE is set to be the default Mail and News handler.  :o(
sunray_2003Commented:
Check this

OPen IE

go to tools --> internet options --> programs and in Email select OE

Check if that would solve

Close IE and all applications and files and then right-click file and check

Sunray

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mredfelixCommented:
yes u do it through explorer thats correct
PhilluminatiCommented:
Im more than confident that one of the answers above is correct way. There is a third way i will tell you just for the sake of it:

(Applies to Windows XP Only)

1. Goto control panel
2. Goto Add/Remove Programs
3. On the left hand side choose "Set Program Access and Defaults"
4. Fill in the information there. Best to use the "Custom" options and only change the email bit

Anyway im sure the solution is above somewhere!

Phill!
sunray_2003Commented:
Try this

Works for windows xp

right-click on task bar
go to properties
go to Start menu
click customize
in the bottom for email "select OE"

Sunray
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