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Is there a way I can setup Lotus Notes with Netscape so that when I  click on a MAILTO link in the Netscape browser screen, it brings up the Notes
mail memo?
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by:Simon_Hendry
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As far as I know Netscape 4.X does not support external mail clients... As it ignores the URL:MAILTO protocol setting in windows and uses its own mail handler...

Setting the URL:Mailto protocol to

C:\notes\notes.exe =C:\notes\notes.ini %1

Only works for IE ....

I have not yet seen Netscape 6 , so maybe it can be set in there....
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Ok, I found someting on Netscapes webpage.
Seems not be so easy.
http://help.netscape.com/kb/consumer/19980630-3.html
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by:dburdige
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altho I have a mac this won't work, but thanks anyway.
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