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craberos

Windows XP context menu .......Send To

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hi all

i have been trying to search on the net and have not found yet

"Context menu" ... "Send To" option ... "Desktop (create shortcut)"

"a shortcut is created on the desktop"

i wanted to know is it possible to have

"Context menu" ... "Send To" option ... "{ANYFOLDER} (create shortcut)"

IN THE SAME WAY I WANT TO CREATE A SHORTCUT IN ONE OF THE FOLDER OF MY CHOICE

cory or move is not the issue .....only shortcut ..... thats wat i want to create a shortcut not copy or move a file

is this POSSIBLE ....????

if so please help me get this thing done .....

thanx in advance

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On a whim, I checked the hidden desktop.ini.

[LocalizedFileNames]

Mail Recipient.MAPIMail=@sendmail.dll,-4

Desktop (create shortcut).DeskLink=@sendmail.dll,-21

Compressed (zipped) Folder.ZFSendToTarget=@zipfldr.dll,-10148

Now, that's interesting.

I'll post more when I know more.

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Well, this is what I've found so far, courtesy of IDA PRO. Now, the question is, what do we do with it? I don't know how to reconcile the "-21" to the functions inside. Yes, I'm a noob at this. Anybody on MSFN know?

These look interesting:

CSendTo::_CreateShortcutToPath(ushort const *,ushort const *)

DesktopShortcut_CreateInstance(x,x,x)

It's informative to note that also in the desktop.ini file we have:

Mail Recipient.MAPIMail=@sendmail.dll,-4

That means that we have a possible point of reference if we can find a MAPI function 17 spots away from a Desktop Shortcut function.

Sendmail.txt

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