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    Opening links in an email

    Thunderbird:

    When an email contains a link to a website, click on it, and it opens in a browser. Where in Thunderbird do you configure which browser is your default browser for such links?
    Can you set it so that you choose on-the-run which browser to use for each specific link?
    Sorry, I've looked and at the moment just can't see where the default browser is set in T-Bird.
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    Thanks. And Wow! that's a fair amount of monkey motions to set that in T-Bird! I think I will just right-click Copy Link on each link in each email and paste it into the appropriate browser. This would only be occasional--most can open in Firefox.
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