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I am trying to add a webmail client to mailto

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Trying to setup email link for webmail client. Going to Firefox Options > Applications > Mailto, there are no action settings other than "use other" which looks for me to select application. Also read instructions to set windows default applications - again this is a webmail client. How do I add to Firefox email link

Trying to setup email link for webmail client. Going to Firefox Options > Applications > Mailto, there are no action settings other than "use other" which looks for me to select application. Also read instructions to set windows default applications - again this is a webmail client. How do I add to Firefox email link

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Additional on above question. I would encounter same issue if I was trying to add gmail or outlook.com which appear to be supported clients in help file

Additional on above question. I would encounter same issue if I was trying to add gmail or outlook.com which appear to be supported clients in help file
FFus3r 50 solutions 757 answers
you can choose gmail or yahoo see this page: * https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/change-program-used-open-email-links or see this answer: * https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1235002#answer-1157748
jscher2000
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Hi Chobe, the above reply links to my comments for Outlook/Live mail.

Firefox comes with Gmail on the list. If yours is missing, we can give you steps to have Firefox regenerate the settings file that stores mailto handlers.

If there are other mail sites, let us know and we'll see whether we can come up with a solution. That's obviously easier for free sites than paid ones...

Hi Chobe, the above reply links to my comments for Outlook/Live mail. Firefox comes with Gmail on the list. If yours is missing, we can give you steps to have Firefox regenerate the settings file that stores mailto handlers. If there are other mail sites, let us know and we'll see whether we can come up with a solution. That's obviously easier for free sites than paid ones...