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I want to send a file as attachment. So from windows 7 send to menu, I want to create an option "Send to GMail". Which launch gmail in my default browser and attach the file. Is there any way?

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Yes, install gAttach, set it as your default mail client, then use the sent to > mail recipient menu.

It appears the gAttach link in the source page is dead, most likely there is no support for this product anymore, use the link above to download a copy of gAttach.

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Another method here

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I have tried gattach on windows 7. When I run this program, it hang until i close forcefully. – user Apr 17 '11 at 1:49
    
Try running it in compatibility mode for Vista or XP. – Moab Apr 17 '11 at 2:00
    
From what I've heard, Affixa (affixa.com/download) is the new gAttach. It works the same way -- you can use the "Send To > Mail Recipient" windows explorer menu to create a gmail draft and attach the file(s). – Isaac Sutherland Jul 17 '12 at 1:49

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