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Outlook Missing from Default Prorams List

Posted on 2010-09-07
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I am running XP Pro with Office 2010.  I got a MAPI error when I attempted to send email from a MS word Doc by using the send this doc as an attachment option inside Word.

Seen that part before so I opened internet explorer and went to tools, internet options and  the programs tab to choose outlook as the default email client and it wasnt in the list.

Then I went to add and remove programs and under the set default programs and access it wasn't there either.

Any ideas how I get that set to where outlook is in the list of default programs?
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Will Szymkowski earned 500 total points
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Take a look here as it could help solve this issue...
http://www.brighthub.com/computing/windows-platform/articles/66114.aspx

Hope this helps~!
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by:IT_Tonyh
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I'll put it to the test and post when done.  It looks like a good fix.

Thanks
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by:IT_Tonyh
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Thanks spec.  This article nailed it.  I proved it on the three machines that were having the trouble and all three worked great.

Thanks,
tonyh
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