Outlook For Mac Opens Links In Safari

Outlook For Mac Opens Links In Safari

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A lot of users (including myself and a few friends) are experiencing links in Mail and Messages not working, and some links in Safari, like Google Search results, not opening. A long press on a broken link causes the app you’re in to crash, otherwise a standard tap highlights the link but nothing happens.

Background When you click email hyperlink, also called a 'mailto link,' in Procore (e.g. ) you may have noticed that your computer will try to create a new email in your default email client, which is typically Microsoft Outlook for most systems where Microsoft Office is installed. However, if you do not use MS Outlook as your primary email client, this type of default behavior might not be desired.

Fortunately, you can follow the steps below to customize your respective web browser(s) to open a different email client (e.g. Safari • Open your Safari web browser. • Install the 'Google Mailto Extension' for Safari by clicking the following link: • Click the Downloads icon (arrow pointing down) at the top right-hand side of the window. • Double-click the extension that you just downloaded. • Click Install once prompted. • In the 'Options' section, select your desired, default email client (e.g. Use Gmail). ( Note: Once you click on an email client, it is automatically saved.) • When finished, restart your browser by quitting and reopening it.

MacBook Pro:: Cannot Open Web Links In Mail Jun 20, 2012 I have three mail accounts setup in Apple Mail app: Gmail, work email and Me.com email. Whenever I receive an email with a hyperlink in it I hover over the link and it displays the hyperlink address with 'blocked' added to the beginning. Once I click on the link I receive a message which says 'Error: No associated application could be found'. This happens no matter which email account I am accessing and works with both http and https type links. I recall having a similar problem using MS Outlook on a Windows machine. Info: MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7) Similar Messages: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • ADVERTISEMENT Mar 29, 2012 By accident I activated the mailto handler on google chrome, to be handled by Gmail.

I deactivated it successfully but I can't reactivate the mailto links to be opened by the mail app.I googled it and tried almost everything without any success. Info:Mail app, Mac OS X (10.7.3) May 15, 2012 Mail in OS 10.8 can't open web links embedded in mail messages. Just started this AM but I changed nothing. Info:iBook, Mac OS X (10.6.8), sudden problem as of today Oct 9, 2008 How do you tell Mail.app to open links in a new tab in firefox? I have firefox set to open links in new tabs, but whenever I click a link in mail, it opens a new window.

Mar 6, 2012 Suddenly, when I click a link, mail says 'There's no associated application to open the link' or something like that. The current solution that solved the other user that had the same problem didn't work for me.

Info: Mail v.4.5 (1084), Mac OS X (10.6.8) Mar 31, 2012 After my so-called 'techie' son (knows everything, 16 years old) used my MBP last week.Links in email will not open when I click on them, I have to copy and paste them into the browser. Info:MacBookPro, Mac OS X (10.6.8) Oct 6, 2010 Using mail is great. My default web browser is Firefox. But when I click links in my mail they open in safari. What is the classic environment on mac. Is there a way to make it open in a new firefox window or tab if firefox is already running?

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