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Right Click -> Send To Option for Lotus

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Hello,

We have Lotus Notes v5 mail.  We use the Microsoft Office 2000 on Windows 2000.

1) When I right click on my office applications, in the Send To list, I dont have Mail Recipient listed there? What is missing and how to bring Mail Recipient in that option?

2) Once Mail Recipient is added, how can I make it to open the Lotus Mail when I use the Mail recipient feature?

I already checked Internet Options->Programs and it already has Lotus Mail as the default mail client. But the fields there are disabled, (I guess that is company policy!).

I also noticed that there is a 0KB Mail Recipient MAPIMAIL file present in my C:\Documents and Settings\...\SendTo folder.

Please suggest how to do this..

Thanks
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Might not be company policy... they might have just built a standard workstation image in such a way that it doesn't support this.  This could happen, for example, if Office were installed after Notes was installed, or if Notes was installed by copying files instead of running the installer.

If you have permissions for it, just install Lotus Notes again, and it will probably clear up the problem.
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by:kamur
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Unfortunately I donot have the installer...Is there a workaround to it?? That is, can I add a shorcut to my sendto folder? Will it bring the Send To option in my right click? Also, once that opiton is available, I need to make sure that lotus is opened for mail recipient

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Check this out..http://www.codeproject.com/shell/sendtomail.asp

Check your registry for key .mapimail and create required entry by using clsid mentioned in above link

~Hemanth
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