How to have Mozilla-T-bird automagically bring up webpages?
james at grayonline.id.au
Tue Sep 20 09:27:16 UTC 2005
On Tuesday 20 September 2005 15:44, Terry Egan wrote:
> I loaded a brand new copy of Kubuntu 5.04, changed my /etc/apt/sources
> to breezy, did an apt-get update and an apt-get dist-upgrade and rebooted.
> Then I did an apt-get Firefox and Thunderbird and set them up ( I
> thought ). However, clicking on a hyperlink ( http://whatever.com ) in
> TBird does not bring up Firefox, or if Firefox is already displayed,
> does not change the displayed webpage to http://whatever.com.
> Can someone tell me how to modify the behavior of whichever program so
> that I can just click on a hyperlink in TBird?
Googling "firefox thunderbird integration +linux" (sans "") and the fourth hit
Which if you read the whole thing suggests:
"I looked around for this problem about a month ago. It was for Debian/GNU
Linux + KDE. I just changed the following config settings in Thunderbird and
After these were set, it seems to work allright for both mailto and http(s).
As either of them are not KDE applications, this has to be this way.
Otherwise, KDE applications can be set to use any available browser/email
client by setting the optoin in KDE's Component Chooser. I was also thinking
of tinkering with "discover", but the problem is solved(for now).
Posted by: KDS at January 3, 2005 11:12 PM"
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