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hp Scan application cannot find email application installed on computer

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The mail client is IBM notes 9.0.1FP10. OS is Windows 7 Pro 64 and "sent to mail recipient" works fine.  Still, when scanning HP Scan says - "the hp scan application cannot find an email application installed on the computer". I've checked that default Mailto is set to IBM Notes.

 

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Hi,

If you right-click any file on your computer and select Send To > Mail Recipient, does it open a new IBM Notes mail message with the file attached, or may it show any other behavior?



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Yes, it does open IBM Notes with the file attached.

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