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How to I get a link with a "Mail to" address to open up a Compose window in my Yahoo mail, rather than in the Mail progrom on my Mac. I do not use the Mac Mail program.

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How to I get a link with a "Mail to" address to open up a Compose window in my Yahoo mail, rather than in the Mail progrom on my Mac. I do not use the Mac Mail program.

This happened

Not sure how often

== always

How to I get a link with a "Mail to" address to open up a Compose window in my Yahoo mail, rather than in the Mail progrom on my Mac. I do not use the Mac Mail program. == This happened == Not sure how often == always

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[http://support.mozilla.com/en-US/kb/Changing+the+e-mail+program+used+by+Firefox]

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Thank you, "the-edmeister" -- You render a great service, one that lifts my spirits.

Your answer also taught me to be a little more persistent, as I had started looking at Preferences, and just didn't notice the icons (including Applications) at the top of that window that would have led me to my answer.

Dave

Thank you, "the-edmeister" -- You render a great service, one that lifts my spirits. Your answer also taught me to be a little more persistent, as I had started looking at Preferences, and just didn't notice the icons (including Applications) at the top of that window that would have led me to my answer. Dave