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When I right-click a file in Windows Explorer and select Send To > Mail Recipient, Outlook 2007 invariably sets the email format to Plain Text.

This is really freaking annoying and I can't find an option to change it.

How can I tell it to always use HTML format?

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According to Microsoft (KB 234487):

To change the Sendto function to use the Outlook default message format, you need to create a shortcut in the Send To folder that calls an Outlook formatted message window.

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/me bangs head against desk (edit - repeatedly) – Andrew Heath Feb 21 '11 at 8:21
    
I never said it was a nice way to get it to work! – user3463 Feb 21 '11 at 20:39

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