Changing default "Send To" Mail Recipient
Earlier I was using ThunderBird as default email client on this Windows XP laptop. Now recently I switched to Outlook 2003 as email client. I went to thunderbird and change the settings to not set it as default for emails. But the problem I’m facing is whenever I click on any “Send To” mail recipient; it opens Thunderbird instead of Outlook.
I cannot uninstall Thunderbird as it has several email backups and I require it sometimes but how can I change and set default client to Outlook? Please help.
Re: Changing default "Send To" Mail Recipient
Just changing the settings from the application itself is not enough to remove a program from Default. You will also need to change it from your operating system as well. However I think you should check this Knowledge Base article for easier steps http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=306098.
Let me know if you face any more problem.
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