Sorry to say that didn't do it. Maybe there is something similar in
the registry for Office??
Quoting Geoffrey Marchand <[log in to unmask]>:
> There was a bug in the thunderbird 188.8.131.52 update that caused this
> Here is the fix:
> 1. Click Start - Run
> 2. enter "regedit" into command line
> 3. click "allow" when Windows asks to continue (Vista/WIN 7 Only?)
> 4. Find \HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Clients\Mail\Mozilla Thunderbird
> and click it
> 5. In the right pane you should see DLLPath key
> 6. If it has no value, mark DLLPath, right click and choose modify
> 7. Enter location of your mozmapi32.dll (C:\Program Files\Mozilla
> Thunderbird\mozmapi32.dll) and click ok.
> John K. Cooley wrote:
>> I have a user who is having an issue with keeping Thunderbird as
>> the default email client. The OS is XP sp3. We have set and reset
>> TBird as the default client under "Internet Options" - "Programs"
>> in Control Panel (CP). I have also used the "Custom" screen under
>> "Set Program Access and Defaults" on the "Add/Remove Programs in
>> CP. When clicking on email links from the browser, all is well. T
>> Bird is the client that gets selected. If we open Word2007, and
>> try to "Send to Email, the default client becomes Eudora.
>> Unhappily ever-after, the default client is Eudora for all
>> applications until we reset it as outlined above. Is there
>> somewhere in Office2007 that the default client is/can be specified?