Upgraded from Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit to Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit. The option to send to mail recipient is missing from the locations on the desktop. I shift and right clicked to review all the listing. I am using Windows Live Mail. I can send
the document by attaching it in Windows Live Mail. The option to right click and send to mail recipient was present for a couple of days after the upgrade.
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Thank you for your reply. I used the shift key and right click on the item I wanted to E-mail. There were about twenty locations but no envelope. I reinstall Windows Mail still no envelope. Mircosoft Support created a short cut on the desktop and added
the envelope icon.
Below are the steps on how to create Mail Recipient in the Sent To list.
>Click on Start
>Type in the Search bar %appdata%\microsoft\windows\sendto
>Right Click on the space in the middle of the window
> Click Text Document
> Open the txt file in notepad, type in there 'Mail', and save the file as "Mail Recipient.MAPIMail"
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