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pjs826

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I'm running Windows XP. Lately when I visit web pages, such as this, I've been having problems.
If I want to send the page to myself or someone else, I can't do it.

I click on File, Send, Page By E-Mail.
Then another page comes up http://loginnet.passport.com and I'm unable to send the page. I registered on that site and it didn't help. They want me to enter a Network Password, but when I do it doesn't match their records. My daughter uses the computer occasionally, for sending pictures to her computer.
I can't find any information on this either. What do I do? I can copy it and paste info, but it doesn't suit my needs.

I was able to send pages previously. Is it a setting on my computer? Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks.
 

pjs826

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Apparently, my daughter has signed up for MSN Hotmail and I suspect what she's done is affecting my settings. I can't send any web pages, that I used to be able to.
I use Outlook Express and never had this problem before.
Any way around this?
 

EAFiedler

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Hi pjs826

Control Panel > Internet Options > Programs tab
In the E-mail: field select Outlook Express as your default e-mail program.
Apply > Ok to save and close.

If Outlook Express is already selected, select a different e-mail program if available,
Apply > OK
Then go back and reselect Outlook Express,
Apply > OK

Test the File > Send > Page by E-mail
Let us know if that works for you.
 

pjs826

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EAFiedler,
You were right. It was set to Hotmail.
Changed to OE and it worked as I'm used to.
Thank you.
 
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