Default E-Mail Program

Discussion in 'Computer Information' started by hounslow3, May 27, 2012.

  1. hounslow3

    hounslow3 Guest


    I am working with a MacBook Pro, and I have noticed that my default
    e-mail programme is Thunderbird every time I click on a link with an
    e-mail address.

    I do not wish this to be the case, however, and I just want to go back
    to the regular mail programme.

    Can anybody advise on this, please?

    Many thanks in advance.
    hounslow3, May 27, 2012
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  2. hounslow3

    Paul Guest

    "For changing your default email program, it turns out you need to launch
    the program just once to get to its Preferences panel. [Search for
    it, if you cannot otherwise find it.]

    When you start it up, the program will step you through the configuration steps,
    but you don't have to finish these steps, just go step-by-step until the
    Preferences option on the Mail menu isn't greyed out.

    Once you can get to the Preferences, here's what you'll see:

    The topmost element is what you want to change: pick the mailer you'd prefer
    as your default email handler. change your default Web browser, by the way, Apple Safari has a similar
    option on its Preferences pane, in the "General" area.

    Paul, May 27, 2012
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