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ok, one thing i got extremely used to and cant do without; say i find a good website, and i want to quickly send the link to a friend's email, or 90% of time to my home email so i can remember to check the site in more depth once i get home, i simply do FILE, SEND LINK in mozilla.However, in Firebird, there is no option like that since the browser/email are seperate entities. also, on my linux setup, i have a SuSE-compiled stand-alone Mozilla browser with anti-aliasing, and it too doesnt have the mail client appended to it. In Linux, i prefer using Evolution for my email.Is there a way to send links/pages to a 3rd party email program? (and i dont mean the copy/paste way <_< )

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Prelude,Interesting feature... guess that would be handy, although I'm so used to copying and pasting by now... Don't think this is something that is currently implemented (either base program or extension)... Might want to cruise over (no pun intended! <_< ) to the Firebird forum and post a thread in the 'wish list" of features to be added. Or find somebody who'll write an XML extension for you :D

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