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First, you need to configure your email ID in Outlook to send an emails using Office 2007 and then draft an email in word 2007 and navigate email (Send a copy of documet in an email message as an attachment) options from file menu send option
If you're unable to send mails, it can be related to a problem with the configuration of Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP). Verify from your ISP your incoming and outgoing mail server.
Go to Tools> Account Settings> Email tab.
Select your Email account and then click on Change.
Double check if incoming and outgoing mail sever are entered correctly.
Click More Settings button.
Go to Advanced tab and enter 110 for Incoming Mail Server port, and then enter 25 for Outgoing Mail Server.
** you could also verify from your ISP if they uses a different port for Outgoing Mal Server.
In short: Stop disabling links and functionality in all messages
1. On the Tools menu, click Options. 2. On the Preferences tab, under E-mail, click Junk E-mail. 3. Clear the Disable links and other functionality in phishing messages (recommended) check box.
Note If you decide to select this check box later, Outlook will disable all the links in messages that were evaluated as suspicious by the Junk E-mail Filter, and you will receive warnings about suspicious links.
Also read the complete topic. There is some interesting stuff inside..
> Outlook -> tools -> Options -> Mail format -> Change e-mail editor "compose in this message format" to "HTML" if it is in plain or rich text.
Outlook -> Tools -> Trusr center -> Uncheck : "Do not download pictures automatically in HTML e-mail messages or RSS items"
try this 2 steps and this will fix the issue.
It sounds like your SMTP settings are incorrect, if you are using a POP3 service, it can connect and download your email, but most ISP Mail SMTP servers dont allow outgoing mail from another ISP.
Example, I have a charter.net email account but I have wireless hometown as my ISP, so I have to set my POP3 settings to my charter.net account (incoming messages) and my SMTP settings to wireless hometown smtp server for (outgoing mail)
go to tools, option, mail setup, send and receive make sure the send imemdiatly when connect is checked.
back out the outlook and click on send and receive on the tool bar.
you might have to click on send/reciver on the tool bar few times in order for the porgram to configure what you want.
First of all I take it you have an email account set up on the new PC and internet connection. Make sure the email program is set to be your default email. Take a look at
Set Your Default Programs
Highlight your email program on the left and click set as default
Retry sending a document as a email.