Re: Adobe Acrobat Reader and default mail client
"I found a way to make this work. It boils down to setting Thunderbird as default in a very specific way - even if you think it already is the default, it will only work in this way. I'm using Windows 7 Profssional and Acrobat Pro 9.0.
Here' how: Start > Default Programs > Set program access and computer defaults > Custom (expand this) > Choose a default e-mail program
Then, click on 'Thunderbird'. - 'Use my current email program' won't do it, even if Thunderbird is already your default.
I can now email my pdf documents from Acrobat."
If you're using Acrobat Pro 9.0, this may also be helpful:
In Acrobat 9, you go to Edit>Preferences, then choose the Internet category. When the Internet Properties dialog opens, you go to the Programs tab, where you can set 5 different default programs for different tasks.
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