You can also simply copy and paste the .mp3. Find the song(s) you want to e-mail (in Windows 7 its Libraries>Music>iTunes>Itunes Media>Music>Band Name X>Album Name X> Song Name X) Right click on the song and copy. Then Paste it into your e-mail. Works every time.
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You can only copy the song, if you use an email program, such as Outlook, most webmail services will not allow you to drag'n'drop. So you would have to manually add an attachment to the email and select the song by browsing to it's path.
If you want to find out, where a specific song is located, use the above described method of using iTunes to open the song in Windows Explorer.
Here's what I do:
In iTunes, drag song onto your desktop, and it'll make a copy of the song file on there. Then open up gmail or outlook and attach the file as an attachment.
SP, are you using Outlook? Because then you could drag songs directly from iTunes into the email you are currently composing.
And if you use the Gmail webmail, you might want to use Chrome, as it also let's you drag'n'drop songs directly from iTunes into the email. It doesn't get simpler then that.
Last edited by DontUnderstandMyIpad; 04-13-2011 at 12:17 PM.