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Opening an application in VMware from OSX

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I used to e able to try and share a photo from Iphoto and when i clicked mail it would open Outlook in the VmWare session and send the photo from there.

It was as if I set my default mail application to be this but cant for the life of me remember how it did it and it has stopped working.

Any Ideas.
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