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    Quote Originally Posted by bens750 View Post
    Sorry for updating a long dead thread, however in my experience with mailto: urls failing to open in Zimbra Desktop, I was able to fix the problem by updating


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    Originally, even after setting Zimbra Desktop as the default through the preferences, this stayed as Thunderbird.Url.mailto.

    Manually updating it resolved my issues.
    Works perfectly and easy. Thank you!

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    Greattt... worked like charm..thanks alot

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    Quote Originally Posted by bens750 View Post
    Sorry for updating a long dead thread, however in my experience with mailto: urls failing to open in Zimbra Desktop, I was able to fix the problem by updating


    From:
    To:

    Originally, even after setting Zimbra Desktop as the default through the preferences, this stayed as Thunderbird.Url.mailto.

    Manually updating it resolved my issues.
    Worked great. No restart required!
    Release 7.1.4_GA_2555.RHEL5_64_20120105094627 CentOS5_64 FOSS edition.

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