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Mail button does not now open mail. Outlook express is set in IE8 as default mail.


1) CLICK ON START
2) Go to ("Default programs" if You have windows 7 and vista) and ("set programs access and default" if you have Xp)
3) On windows 7 and vista. Click on "Set Default Programs" then choose you email provider ""yahoo, windos mail, or Outlook."
4) finally click on "' Set this program as default"


for XP just check the e-mail provider and click ok.



hope this helps

Feb 04, 2011 | Dell 0Y3740 Keyboard

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How to correct defaul mail client windows IE7


To change your default mail client, click on the start button or the windows orb in the bottom left corner of your screen. Click all programs and then from the top of the list find the Default programs link.

from the default programs page that opened hit on set your default programs.

Feb 04, 2011 | Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64BIT...

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How to connect yahoo mail using windows mail in Windows 7


You cannot configure Yahoo account with Windows live mail.
And the reason you are getting the error because you have Micosoft outlook in the pc and that email client (MS outlook) is not configured with your yahoo mail and it is not the default email client in your PC. Windows live mail is the default email client in your PC and you cannot configure Yahoo account in windows live mail.

Aug 01, 2010 | Yahoo Mail

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I have a HP C5580 printer and I can not scan to email. Do you have a solution for me Thanks Audrey



Step 1: Configure Windows Mail.

http://windowshelp.microsoft.com/Windows/en-US/help/00e419ef-fee2-472c-ad02-b14331571a521033.mspx

OR

http://www.apluskb.com/scripts/How_do_I_configure_Windows_answer3578.html


Step 2: Go to IE>Tools>Options>Programs>Email> Select Windows Mail

Step 3: Set Windows Mail as the default e-mail program

  1. Open Windows Mail by clicking the Start button, clicking All Programs, and then clicking Windows Mail.
  2. Click the Tools menu, and then click Options.
  3. Click Make Default next to This application is NOT the default Mail handler. If the Make Default button is not available, then Windows Mail is already set as your default e mail program.
Step 4: Populating E-mail program as scan to destination

  1. Open HP solution center.
  2. Click on Settings.
  3. Go to E-mail Settings.
  4. In the E-mail settings box, select the e-mail program to Windows mail and click apply.
Step 5: Change the Setting “Scan to” in Solution Center
  1. Open HP Solution Center, if it is not already open:
    • Windows VISTA: Click Windows Icon, click All Programs, point to HP, and then click HP Solution Center.
HP Solution Center opens in a new window.
  1. In HP Solution Center, click Settings, and then click Scan to...Setup. The Front Panel Destination List Setup window opens.
  2. From the Available Scan Destination list, click the program you want to be the scanning destination, and then click the Add button. The program moves to the Front Panel Destination list.
Note: You can also move the program to the top of the Front Panel Destination to scan to that destination automatically.
  1. If you do not want to change any other settings, click OK to close the Front Panel Destination List Setup window.
5. Check the functionality.

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How do i send a scan to someone else's email address-it automatically comes to my email address


In order to resolve the issue you have to configer the mail on your computer if you are using Windows Vista you have to configer the Windows Mail, if you are using XP then you have to configer either Outlook express or Microsoft Outlook. FOR VISTA OPERATION SYSTEM ================================== Step 1: Configure Windows Mail. http://windowshelp.microsoft.com/Windows/en-US/help/00e419ef-fee2-472c-ad02-b14331571a521033.mspx OR http://www.apluskb.com/scripts/How_do_I_configure_Windows_answer3578.html Note: Clicking the link may give an error indicating it is invalid. If this occurs, copy the portion of the address on the remaining line(s) and paste it at the end of the address showing in your browser until the complete address. Step 2: Go to IE>Tools>Options>Programs>Email> Select Windows Mail Step 2: Set Windows Mail as the default e-mail program Open Windows Mail by clicking the Start button, clicking All Programs, and then clicking Windows Mail. Click the Tools menu, and then click Options. Click Make Default next to This application is NOT the default Mail handler. If the Make Default button is not available, then Windows Mail is already set as your default e mail program. Step 3: Populating E-mail program as scan to destination Open HP solution center. Click on Settings. Go to E-mail Settings. In the E-mail settings box, select the e-mail program to Windows mail and click apply. Step 4: Change the Setting ?Scan to? in Solution Center Open HP Solution Center, if it is not already open: Windows VISTA: Click Windows Icon, click All Programs, point to HP, and then click HP Solution Center. HP Solution Center opens in a new window. In HP Solution Center, click Settings, and then click Scan to...Setup. The Front Panel Destination List Setup window opens. From the Available Scan Destination list, click the program you want to be the scanning destination, and then click the Add button. The program moves to the Front Panel Destination list. Note: You can also move the program to the top of the Front Panel Destination to scan to that destination automatically. If you do not want to change any other settings, click OK to close the Front Panel Destination List Setup window. 5. Check the functionality.

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Send Page/Link by Email is greyed out in the Page menu in IE, how can I get this working again? I'm using Vista and Windows Mail and have checked that it is the Default program.


Make sure windows mail is selected as your default email program.

Go to start and search for "set program access" and make sure windows mail is selected

Nov 20, 2008 | Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium with...

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HP 4670 Scan to email: how to open Windows Live mail, not OE


Click the Show Menu button, and choose Options; if you see the traditional menus, go to Tools > Options. Both open the Options dialog: under the General tab, which should be selected by default, locate the bottom section, labeled "Default Messaging Program":

img1a2.jpgIf Windows Live Mail is not currently the default email program on Windows, the text next to the first button will read "This application is NOT the default Mail handler". Click the Make Default button, and it will be disabled (grayed out).

img1d.gif Confirming your change of default email clientThe text has now changed to "This application is the default Mail handler".This is a bit misleading, because Windows Live Mail will not becomeyour default email application until you actually have clicked the Ok or Apply button to confirm the change in configuration.
img36wlm.jpgSoclick Ok (no need to Apply first), and Windows Live Mail's optiondialog will close, integrating your new option choices. It is that easyto make Windows Live Mail your default email program. (If Windows LiveMail was already your default email client, nothing will happen.)

Nov 19, 2008 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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I Need to change my Default Mail Editor


you need to install a new account on your outlook or windows mail, turn it to default account, make outlook your default mail client and voila. everytime a program needs to initiate an e-mail message it will use microsoft outlook which is using g-mail as the default address

Nov 03, 2008 | Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 for PC

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Default yahoo email


If you use Yahoo! Mail for all your email needs, some of the amenities of Windows seem to elude you. A click on an email link in your browser brings up Outlook Express or another desktop email program, not a new message in Yahoo! Mail. Trying to send a file directly from Word, OpenOffice.org or another office application yields the same, unsatisfactory result.

Fortunately, the state of dissatisfaction need not be permanent. It will be overcome by making Yahoo! Mail act as your default email program in Windows, which, if you use Windows 95 or later is an easy thing to do.
Make Yahoo! Mail Your Default Windows Email Program

To set up Yahoo! Mail as your default email client in Windows:

* Download and install Yahoo! Messenger.
* Select Tools | Internet Options... from the menu in Internet Explorer.
* Go to the Programs tab.
* Make sure Yahoo! Mail is selected under E-mail.
* Click OK.

Yahoo! as Default Email: Does Not Work under Windows Vista

Unfortunately, Yahoo! Mail as your default email program may be hard-wired to use Internet Explorer instead of your default browser, and it does not work in Windows Vista.
Make Yahoo! Mail the Default Email Composer in Mozilla Firefox

In Mozilla Firefox, you can turn to the Mailto 2 Webmail script for Greasemonkey to have Yahoo! Mail handle email links (even under Windows Vista).

http://email.about.com/od/yahoomailtips/qt/et_default_mail.htm

Oct 23, 2008 | Yahoo Mail

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Swtich from winows mail back to yahoo mail


try this:Tools>Options>Programs>Set Programs Button>Set Default Programs and change it..i browsed a couple of forums for the answer and this is the best i could get...

Oct 20, 2008 | Yahoo Mail

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