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depends really on what you are trying to do, you can send the link to the page which should be easy, but if you want to send the whole page as attachment which does not makes sense and it a bit harder.
you can use some gadget from addthis.com or clearspring.com
As mentioned in the above post it is easy to use the services of addthis.com to quickly add it to a web application without doing anything on your part.
You can also build a simple user control that would do this as well, however, I strongly recommend thinking about security implications of doing something like that. As e-mail a friend links are one of the most common exploit points for spammers. A Captcha is a must-have in my opinion if you are going to make it publicly visible.
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