[sylpheed:36819] Re: Windows - associate sylpheed to right click menu "send to mail recipient"
genegold at fastmail.com
Wed Jun 5 23:30:43 JST 2019
Hmm... Since it seems like a generic problem, you might want to ask on
one of the Windows 7 (or Seven) forums.
On Wed, 5 Jun 2019 10:04:43 -0400
Michael Weiner <spam at cogit.net> wrote:
> I believe that the issue is "Send to"-- from the Windows Explorer
> context menu-- rather than "mailto:". "Mailto:" is easy to fix. "Send
> to" appears more difficult. I have not found a fix yet. Although one
> can insert a Windows file shortcut to Sylpheed into the "Send to"
> directory, sending a file to that shortcut does not attach it to a new
> message in a composition window. Instead, the Sylpheed viewer window
> attempts to display the file.
> The "Send to" directory is listed below.
> On Wed, 05 Jun 2019 06:55:20 -0600, "Gene Goldenfeld"
> <genegold at fastmail.com> wrote:
> > As I recall in Win 7 - it’s been awhile - in Control Panel > default
> > file associations, go to the very bottom section of the file type
> > list to find the setting, something like Mail To.
> > Gene
> > --
> > On Wed, Jun 5, 2019, at 4:38 AM, Joe wrote:
> > > Hi all,
> > > I'm in trouble to make sylpheed my default compose mail client
> > > when I want to send files or folders to an email recipient.
> > >
> > > Usually in windows:
> > > - right click on a file
> > > - choose "send to"
> > > - choose "email recipient"
> > > - and your mail client pop up with its compose window and selected
> > > files imported as attachments
> > > - now you can add a subject, a body message, address of recipient
> > > you want to send to...
> > > - and finally send
> > >
> > > Now, on Windows 7 system with Sylpheed configured as default email
> > > client I cannot achieve the above goal...
> > >
> > > Have you got any idea to solve?
> > > Thanks very much in advance!
> > > Have a good day!
> > >
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