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I want some software where i can right click on pdf file and it sends to emial address. i want the process of attaching attachment to email and then send it.

is there any way.

I tried Send to Gmail but that was not working.

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If you are using webmail (email through your we browser) then this is very difficult. You need to install and set up an email application on your computer. – Mokubai Jul 21 '12 at 11:45
@Mokubai: Chrome can make it work for Gmail:… Just wanted to mention it :) – Oliver Salzburg Jul 21 '12 at 11:49
@user1504143 Just to clarify, your requirement is not simply to be able to right click a pdf in order to attach it to an email but is more specifically that you want that pdf emailed to a preset recipient automatically without intervention. In essence you want a right click menu that instead of "Mail recipient" as in Olivers answer you want something like "RECIPIENT NAME" and for it to send straight away. – Mokubai Jul 21 '12 at 14:34
When you say "Send to Gmail was not working". What do you mean? – Oliver Salzburg Jul 22 '12 at 15:17

I always assumed this to be in Windows 7 by default:

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Otherwise, it must have been installed with Thunderbird.

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but then it will open the email client and then i have to send it. i just want to send by right clicking. there is utility like send gmail which does this. but i was looking for more – user825904 Jul 21 '12 at 12:03
@user1504143: So, you want a different email client to send the email? Would you mind providing a link to or the correct name of that "send gmail" application, so that I can have a look? – Oliver Salzburg Jul 21 '12 at 12:07
this is the link – user825904 Jul 22 '12 at 15:15

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