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Old 07-01-2010, 01:00 AM   #1
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The problem with Web-based e-mail is that Windows doesn't understand it. Right-click a file and select Send to and then Mail recipient, and Windows will open up whatever e-mail client happens to be installed as the default on your computer--even if you never use it. The same thing happens if you try to mail a file from Word, WinZip, or any other program with a similar feature. That is, unless you've installed and set up Affixa (free), which becomes Windows default mail program.



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