Re: link on email


The reply to sender link doesn't work with Thunderbirdd. I don't use the link anyway. The reason is that if you know how to reply to the sender using your e-mail program, you can reply to the sender on any e-mail list that shows the sender's address in the message you receive. I don't think other list serves have a mail to sender link. And, as may be the case here, even if a link is provided it may not work or work properly in your e-mail client.

In Thunderbird, reply to the sender in the following way:
Open the message you want to reply to the sender from.
Tab once. Then shift tab until you get to from and hear the sender's address.

Open the context menu and down arrow to an item that says something like send message to, compose message to, or something similar. I don't recall the exact wording. Press enter. A new blank message will be opened and you would write a subject and message. This doesn't reply to the message that is opened, but it’s a way to reply privately and you can discuss the message you are replying to.


-----Original Message-----
From: Don H
Sent: Friday, January 01, 2021 11:19 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] link on email

Links work as they should which are part of a email message body and all
the other links on the bottom of the messages work as they should just
the reply to sender doesn't work. Using the latest version of
thunderbird on a win 10 20h2.

On 1/1/2021 11:12 AM, Brian Vogel wrote:
There are any number of reasons that could be. More information is needed.

Presuming the Reply to Sender link is formatted correctly as <> then it should open correctly in either the e-mail client you have set in Windows as the default client or in the webmail you're using if you activate it there.

What's happening? Any error messages? Do you have a default e-mail client defined and is that client the same as the one you're reading in? There are a number of things that need checking.

Brian -Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 20H2, Build 19042

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