[kde-linux] Using Seamonkey Mail as the Default Mail Client

James Richard Tyrer tyrerj at acm.org
Tue Mar 28 00:49:00 UTC 2006

Stephen P. Molnar, Ph.D. wrote:
> I would like to open the Seamonkey email client without opening 
> Seamonkey first.

I think I know what you mean.  You need to know how to open a mail
window directly from the command line.  What is SeaMonkey? :-) That is
the successor to Mozilla, right?

With Mozilla, the command is:

	mozilla -mail

Probably hasn't changed.

> Further I should like to be able to accomplish this by clicking on 
> the Buildtins Mail tab in gKrellM.

Sorry that I haven't uses gKrellM so I don't know how to set that.

> What is the command line suffix for accomplishing this?  (I dimly 
> remember being able to do this with Netscape mail, although I don't 
> remember the command line switch.)

I presume that you would use the: "-mail" switch like you do with 
Mozilla.  Note that Mozilla options had only "-" rather than "--".


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