It won't work in this case. Sure you can make the shortcuts but dragging a
document to them will not start a new email. If all is installed ok with
Oulook 98 right clicking on a document will still give you the option
SEND TO->Mail Recipient just use this.
> It's easy to make a new shortcut that does what you want. Use Start | Find
> to locate the Outlook.exe file on your system. Drag it with the right
> button to the Windows desktop. When you release the mouse button, choose
> Create Shortcut. You can now drag files to this shortcut.
> If you want it to be on the Send To menu, locate the SendTo folder (under
> the Windows folder) and copy the shortcut there. Rename it as you want it
> appear on the Send To menu.
> Sue Mosher
> Author of "The Microsoft Outlook E-mail and Fax Guide"
> Exchange and Outlook FAQs at http://www.slipstick.com/exchange/
> > I used to forward stuff by either
> > 1. Dragging the item onto my Outlook 97 shortcut which is on my desktop.
> > email
> > message will then open.
> > 2. right-clicking on the object, Send To, "Email receipient using
> > After I upgraded to MS Outlook 98, I can't do either!!! If I drag the
> > object, it
> > would copy the file onto my desktop! And the Email receipient using
> > item
> > under Send To is now gone! How do I get them back?
> > Thanks.
> > ST