Emailing from within Adobe Reder XI to Outlook 32bit bounces

I have a wierd one going. The problem appears to be with Adobe Reader XI. If I "Send File" from withing Adobe Reader up pops Outlook 2010 and away we go but the email bounces. It says the destination address does not exist. If I open Outlook and browse for the attachment and send it without touching Acrobat Reader it works just fine.

   The problem sure appears to be sending from Acrobat Reader. Any clues?
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Nick RhodeIT DirectorCommented:
Did you try perhaps reinstalling adobe reader?  Are you able to try and type in the full address and send to like a gmail or yahoo account?

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LockDown32OwnerAuthor Commented:
I have tried reinstalling several different time, even some older versions. I have tried typing the full address and selecting from contacts. Neither work.

   As mentioned I can open Outlook and attach the same PDF and it works fine. I just can't go from Adobe Reader to Outlook. That is when it bounces.
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