Calendar Invitations

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by WoodyR, Jan 15, 2008.

  1. WoodyR

    WoodyR Guest

    When I send invitations to attendees, Windows Calendar tries to open and use
    Microsoft Outlook. I am using the new Windows Mail. How can I tell Calendar
    to use Windows Mail to send the email invitations?
     
    WoodyR, Jan 15, 2008
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  2. Click Start > Default Programs
    Click on the link which reads "Set your default programs", right below
    Choose the programs that Windows uses by default.
    Click the first link ("Set your default programs"): it will open the Set
    default program window, and a listing of applications you can use for web
    browsing, email, etc.

    In the listing of possible default email programs, choose the one you would
    like to handle email actions by default.

    In your case, we will choose Windows Mail as Windows Vista's default email
    client; to do so, we select the Windows Mail entry in the available default
    programs listing, and click the Set this program as default button.

    Once you have made your choice, click the Set Default Programs window's Ok
    button; you will be back to the Default Programs window, which you can now
    close.

    From now on, Windows Vista should use the email application you selected by
    default. Click this email link: the default email client you selected should
    automatically open a blank email window.
     
    Andre Da Costa[ActiveWin], Jan 15, 2008
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