E-mailing data file

Mike Bonner bonnmike at gmail.com
Thu Aug 5 14:34:07 EDT 2010


Theres a little tool you can install (and I think you can adjust
things manually yourself) so that mailto: will kick gmail in. It can
be handy for those online links so that it will open a gmail compose
window, but of all the people I know who use gmail I think only 2 of
them have it set up this way.  I'm not one of them either, so its a
safe bet that in most cases your point is correct.  In that situation,
it would open an unconfigured "default" mail client which would indeed
be useless.

On Thu, Aug 5, 2010 at 12:10 PM, Scott Rossi <scott at tactilemedia.com> wrote:
> Also, what if someone uses a Web-based mail client and doesn't use an email
> app at all?  I know several people who use gmail directly within a browser
> because they can get to it from anywhere there's an internet connection.
> Doesn't seem like mailto would be of any use here.
>
> Regards,
>
> Scott Rossi
> Creative Director
> Tactile Media, UX Design
>
>
> Recently, Michael D Mays wrote:
>
>> Ignorant me. I just tried revMail on Windows and if the file is too big the
>> email program isn't launched or if running the email isn't generated.
>>
>> I think Sarah Reichelt's POP3 and SMTP stacks at
>>   http://www.troz.net/rev/index.irev?category=Library#stacks
>> are pretty good.
>>
>> Michael
>>
>> On Aug 5, 2010, at 11:24 AM, Richard Gaskin wrote:
>>
>>> Right: that's how the mailto protocol is usually handled on most systems, and
>>> unfortunately the way Microsoft handles it is unpredictable for all but the
>>> shortest messages.
>
>
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