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Can't Email dierctly from iphoto 2.0


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My Apple mail option mysteriously disappeared from iPhoto 2.0. In its place is an MS Entourage icon, that when clicked tells me my trial period has expired but I "can buy it now" for about $400. When I go to iPhoto preferences, Entourage email is the only option available (Apple Mail is greyed out). How do I get my direct from iPhoto email/Apple Mail option back? I thought this was a great convience. Updating iphoto involves buying iLife, which I don't think I need right now. TIA Rhumcat
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Open up Mail and go to the Mail Preferences. On the General tab, be sure that Mail is selected as the "Default Email Reader". If I am not mistaken, that should allow you to choose Mail from the iPhoto preferences then.

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