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On occasion, I come across a web page that offers to send an email if you click on the link eg, I was researching regulations for personal care homes in GA and there was an option to send an email to the administrators to ask them for more information.

So, I click on the link and rather than getting the email address, firefox goes to open the "mail" application on my mac.

Well, I never use that application because it is too slow and bulky. I can't use basic text options like bolding or italics and such. Not to mention, it takes forever to load.

I use GMX for mail and it is accessed through Firefox. It is not an application that "lives" on my computer.

How can I get Firefox to respond to these email buttons on websites by going to GMX?

Thanks, Charles

On occasion, I come across a web page that offers to send an email if you click on the link eg, I was researching regulations for personal care homes in GA and there was an option to send an email to the administrators to ask them for more information. So, I click on the link and rather than getting the email address, firefox goes to open the "mail" application on my mac. Well, I never use that application because it is too slow and bulky. I can't use basic text options like bolding or italics and such. Not to mention, it takes forever to load. I use GMX for mail and it is accessed through Firefox. It is not an application that "lives" on my computer. How can I get Firefox to respond to these email buttons on websites by going to GMX? Thanks, Charles

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charleswinstead said

... So, I click on the link and rather than getting the email address, firefox goes to open the "mail" application on my mac. I use GMX for mail and it is accessed through Firefox. It is not an application that "lives" on my computer. How can I get Firefox to respond to these email buttons on websites by going to GMX?

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/change-program-used-open-email-links