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    I really like the Eudora email program, however I found the Eudora web browser lacking much. I uninstalled the browser and now when I click on a link in an email that would normally launch the browser I get a "browser not found" error message, of course.

    Is there any way to change the program so that it launches Blazer as the default web browser?
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    Originally posted by nora
    I really like the Eudora email program, however I found the Eudora web browser lacking much. I uninstalled the browser and now when I click on a link in an email that would normally launch the browser I get a "browser not found" error message, of course.

    Is there any way to change the program so that it launches Blazer as the default web browser?
    I was wondering that myself. I couldn't figure out a way to do it. Hopefully someone else might have an idea.
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    Of course tying the mail client with their browser is something the programmers at Eudora did intentionally. They would never tell the work-around even if there is one.

    I've been using Snappermail for a few weeks now. I have to say I am very happy with it and it allows you to select which browser your e-mail links will open . And it's not talked about much, but Snappermail comes with a number of other good applications that they include for free..
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    I used a demo of Snappermail too, and frankly I like Eudora about the same - actually Snappermail was a tad bit nicer, but I can't justify the high price tag for it at this time! There just wasn't enough in it to make me upgrade from Eudora, which is free! If the price were a bit lower maybe, but I've already poured so much money into my Treo, on top of the purchase price, I can't do much more right now. So I guess I'm stuck using Eudora and no link to Blazer :-(

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