Either there is no default mail client or the current mail client cannont fulfill the messaging request. Please run Microsoft Office Outlook and set it as the default mail client.
This little pop up as been annoying me for the last week or so. I’m not sure why or how this happened but I do know how to fix it. If your wondering im running Vista and Outlook 2007. What you need to do is open up regedit.
Do this (in XP) by going to start menu/run/ then type in “regedit” or in Vista simply hit the start menu and type “regedit” in the search box at the bottem. Once regedit is open navigate to:
and delete it (after making a backup ofcourse, to do this right click and select export).
Now open Outlook, go to the help menu and select “Office Diagnostics”. Let that run and after which all your problems should be solved. It doesn’t come up that it has caught any problems but it has. Let me know how it went for you!
Update: If the above does not work try the following posted in the below comments. Thanks for the suggestion Vassilis!
“This worked for me:
Program files-> common files -> system ->msmapi ->1033 ->delete msmapi32.dll. When you restart outlook the file recreates itself and everything works.
Do you use multiple computers on or near your desk? Constantly switching between the two? Then Input Director might just what your looking for. This great little program allows you to use the mouse and keyboard on your main computer for your secondary computers. This is brilliant for many situations including when you have a computer for work and one for play, you can easily switch between the two. Or you can put your laptop next to your computer and use it for secondary task such as browsing, chat, downloads/torrents etc. while using your main computer to do your design work in Photoshop or play that game while still being in touch with everything else to your side. It’s as easy as moving your mouse to the edge of your screen and it will seamlessly appear on your secondary computer!
Works on any Windows computer
(Windows 2000 (Service Pack 4), Windows XP (Service Pack 2), Windows 2003 or Windows Vista)
FREE for personal non-commercial use
Small footprint (efficient)
Well enough reasons as to why this so great, I’m sure you just want to know how to set it up! Continue reading →
If you have been using Chrome for any decent amount of time you may have found yourself looking to save your current updated bookmarks in Chrome to the other browsers on your computer. Upon searching you will soon find that this is a missing feature from the browser. Lucky for you and me however, a coder by the name of Mark Clouden has developed a nice (and might I say slick looking) stand alone program that will not only export your bookmarks from Chrome but also delete your download history too (otherwise you would have to delete each entry one by one).
PDANet for the iPhone is the first application to truly offer you an option for sharing your iPhone’s internet connection with your computer. It doesn’t use proxy or socks protocols with complex setup procedures; it simply turns your iPhone into a wireless router. This is a step by step how-to guide on getting PDANet up and running with your iPhone with Windows Vista.
NetShare was the first application that gave users a taste of internet sharing/tethering (if only for 20mins), and now PDANet delievers the whole package. Apple’s app store it would appear does not allow applications to be sold on their store that allows tethering, software that basically turns your iPhone into a modem. NetShare got on to the store but was taken down, then put up again and finally taken down for good. Other applications have been released available to people who have jail broken there phone via Cydia. These included iPhoneModem zsrelay and iPhoneModem by Addition. These both work via a protocol called socks 5 which works like a proxy. It requires you to setup socks 5 info in your programs that use the internet (such as Firefox) or installing an application that will re-route all the internet traffic for all programs on your computer for you. Both of these things require some work and in many cases don’t work in a lot of configurations. PDANet is different however, read on to find out why.