Share Button Default E-Mail Client

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Occasional Contributor

Since in an enterprise environment its very common to have an E-Mail client like Outlook instead of the windows integrated mail app the share button could be more useful if it would use the default app.

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Only apps that support the native Windows sharing feature will appear in the list of share options, and unfortunately Outlook still lacks that basic function even though sharing support has been part of Windows for at least five years now. Hopefully they will finally add support in a future Outlook update.