Could not perform this operation because the default mail client..


  1.    19 Jun 2008 #1
    Mopsy Guest

    Could not perform this operation because the default mail client..


    I have Vista Home Premium (3 mos old). It was recommended that I have my
    admin user and then do another one for the main stuff. On the admin side, I
    can go into a website and hit an email link and it pops right up. I checked
    the default on that side and went to my main user. I hit default and it will
    not allow me to change any default settings. Why is the button there then?
    But when I go to an email link on main user, it gives me the message could
    not perform this operation because the default mail client is not properly
    installed. I have looked through some of the similar questions and it does
    not pertain exactly to me. I am on Comcast for internet service, I use a
    server that is private on the main user, comcast on the admin side. It says
    I have 6.0.6 for windows mail. I have a firefox icon on the desktop that I
    use to connect to the Internet on both users but on the main user (not admin)
    the error message comes up after opening IE behind firefox telling me it
    can't bring up the email. Have I given you enough info to help me with this.
    I won't reinstall Vista and will just run with the challenge if I have to
    but I feel there must be a way to work around this. It makes no sense. Hope
    someone can help.
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  2.    20 Jun 2008 #2
    Gary VanderMolen Guest

    Re: Could not perform this operation because the default mail client..


    Open the Default Programs applet, which you can access either from
    the Start menu or via the Control Panel, then click the first item:
    "Set your default programs."
    After a few seconds, a list of programs comes up. Click on Windows
    Mail. If it doesn't respond with "This program has all its defaults"
    then fix it by clicking on the option indicated by the first green arrow.

    --
    Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP


    "Mopsy" <Mopsy@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:C366E931-4390-4B15-AFAE-4BBA907A92F9@xxxxxx

    >I have Vista Home Premium (3 mos old). It was recommended that I have my
    > admin user and then do another one for the main stuff. On the admin side, I
    > can go into a website and hit an email link and it pops right up. I checked
    > the default on that side and went to my main user. I hit default and it will
    > not allow me to change any default settings. Why is the button there then?
    > But when I go to an email link on main user, it gives me the message could
    > not perform this operation because the default mail client is not properly
    > installed. I have looked through some of the similar questions and it does
    > not pertain exactly to me. I am on Comcast for internet service, I use a
    > server that is private on the main user, comcast on the admin side. It says
    > I have 6.0.6 for windows mail. I have a firefox icon on the desktop that I
    > use to connect to the Internet on both users but on the main user (not admin)
    > the error message comes up after opening IE behind firefox telling me it
    > can't bring up the email. Have I given you enough info to help me with this.
    > I won't reinstall Vista and will just run with the challenge if I have to
    > but I feel there must be a way to work around this. It makes no sense. Hope
    > someone can help.
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  3.    20 Jun 2008 #3
    Mopsy Guest

    Re: Could not perform this operation because the default mail clie




    "Gary VanderMolen" wrote:

    > Open the Default Programs applet, which you can access either from
    > the Start menu or via the Control Panel, then click the first item:
    > "Set your default programs."
    > After a few seconds, a list of programs comes up. Click on Windows
    > Mail. If it doesn't respond with "This program has all its defaults"
    > then fix it by clicking on the option indicated by the first green arrow.
    >
    > --
    > Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP
    >
    >
    > "Mopsy" <Mopsy@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:C366E931-4390-4B15-AFAE-4BBA907A92F9@xxxxxx

    > >I have Vista Home Premium (3 mos old). It was recommended that I have my
    > > admin user and then do another one for the main stuff. On the admin side, I
    > > can go into a website and hit an email link and it pops right up. I checked
    > > the default on that side and went to my main user. I hit default and it will
    > > not allow me to change any default settings. Why is the button there then?
    > > But when I go to an email link on main user, it gives me the message could
    > > not perform this operation because the default mail client is not properly
    > > installed. I have looked through some of the similar questions and it does
    > > not pertain exactly to me. I am on Comcast for internet service, I use a
    > > server that is private on the main user, comcast on the admin side. It says
    > > I have 6.0.6 for windows mail. I have a firefox icon on the desktop that I
    > > use to connect to the Internet on both users but on the main user (not admin)
    > > the error message comes up after opening IE behind firefox telling me it
    > > can't bring up the email. Have I given you enough info to help me with this.
    > > I won't reinstall Vista and will just run with the challenge if I have to
    > > but I feel there must be a way to work around this. It makes no sense. Hope
    > > someone can help.
    >
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  4.    20 Jun 2008 #4
    Mopsy Guest

    Re: Could not perform this operation because the default mail clie


    Gary, I did this on the main user side and it says the program has all its
    defaults. I can email from a website on the admin side but not the main
    user. Is it possible for me to make that one an Admin with a password and
    then be able to do it? Or is this just an annoyance with Vista. I am using
    Firefox. Thanks.

    "Gary VanderMolen" wrote:

    > Open the Default Programs applet, which you can access either from
    > the Start menu or via the Control Panel, then click the first item:
    > "Set your default programs."
    > After a few seconds, a list of programs comes up. Click on Windows
    > Mail. If it doesn't respond with "This program has all its defaults"
    > then fix it by clicking on the option indicated by the first green arrow.
    >
    > --
    > Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP
    >
    >
    > "Mopsy" <Mopsy@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:C366E931-4390-4B15-AFAE-4BBA907A92F9@xxxxxx

    > >I have Vista Home Premium (3 mos old). It was recommended that I have my
    > > admin user and then do another one for the main stuff. On the admin side, I
    > > can go into a website and hit an email link and it pops right up. I checked
    > > the default on that side and went to my main user. I hit default and it will
    > > not allow me to change any default settings. Why is the button there then?
    > > But when I go to an email link on main user, it gives me the message could
    > > not perform this operation because the default mail client is not properly
    > > installed. I have looked through some of the similar questions and it does
    > > not pertain exactly to me. I am on Comcast for internet service, I use a
    > > server that is private on the main user, comcast on the admin side. It says
    > > I have 6.0.6 for windows mail. I have a firefox icon on the desktop that I
    > > use to connect to the Internet on both users but on the main user (not admin)
    > > the error message comes up after opening IE behind firefox telling me it
    > > can't bring up the email. Have I given you enough info to help me with this.
    > > I won't reinstall Vista and will just run with the challenge if I have to
    > > but I feel there must be a way to work around this. It makes no sense. Hope
    > > someone can help.
    >
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  5.    20 Jun 2008 #5
    Mopsy Guest

    Re: Could not perform this operation because the default mail clie


    Plus I cannot use the email to go to a website. I have to copy and paste to
    the browser. I could not do that with the link in the email notifying me
    that I had your answer. It took quite a while to find the link in this
    forum. I would get a blank page saying done.

    "Gary VanderMolen" wrote:

    > Open the Default Programs applet, which you can access either from
    > the Start menu or via the Control Panel, then click the first item:
    > "Set your default programs."
    > After a few seconds, a list of programs comes up. Click on Windows
    > Mail. If it doesn't respond with "This program has all its defaults"
    > then fix it by clicking on the option indicated by the first green arrow.
    >
    > --
    > Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP
    >
    >
    > "Mopsy" <Mopsy@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:C366E931-4390-4B15-AFAE-4BBA907A92F9@xxxxxx

    > >I have Vista Home Premium (3 mos old). It was recommended that I have my
    > > admin user and then do another one for the main stuff. On the admin side, I
    > > can go into a website and hit an email link and it pops right up. I checked
    > > the default on that side and went to my main user. I hit default and it will
    > > not allow me to change any default settings. Why is the button there then?
    > > But when I go to an email link on main user, it gives me the message could
    > > not perform this operation because the default mail client is not properly
    > > installed. I have looked through some of the similar questions and it does
    > > not pertain exactly to me. I am on Comcast for internet service, I use a
    > > server that is private on the main user, comcast on the admin side. It says
    > > I have 6.0.6 for windows mail. I have a firefox icon on the desktop that I
    > > use to connect to the Internet on both users but on the main user (not admin)
    > > the error message comes up after opening IE behind firefox telling me it
    > > can't bring up the email. Have I given you enough info to help me with this.
    > > I won't reinstall Vista and will just run with the challenge if I have to
    > > but I feel there must be a way to work around this. It makes no sense. Hope
    > > someone can help.
    >
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  6.    20 Jun 2008 #6
    Gary VanderMolen Guest

    Re: Could not perform this operation because the default mail clie


    Do both users have Firefox as their default browser? If only the
    malfunctioning user has Firefox, it could be a Firefox problem.

    --
    Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP


    "Mopsy" <Mopsy@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:CA31F4DB-D024-4CC7-9BB3-38053CF9650C@xxxxxx

    > Gary, I did this on the main user side and it says the program has all its
    > defaults. I can email from a website on the admin side but not the main
    > user. Is it possible for me to make that one an Admin with a password and
    > then be able to do it? Or is this just an annoyance with Vista. I am using
    > Firefox. Thanks.
    >
    > "Gary VanderMolen" wrote:
    >

    >> Open the Default Programs applet, which you can access either from
    >> the Start menu or via the Control Panel, then click the first item:
    >> "Set your default programs."
    >> After a few seconds, a list of programs comes up. Click on Windows
    >> Mail. If it doesn't respond with "This program has all its defaults"
    >> then fix it by clicking on the option indicated by the first green arrow.
    >>
    >> --
    >> Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP
    >>
    >>
    >> "Mopsy" <Mopsy@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:C366E931-4390-4B15-AFAE-4BBA907A92F9@xxxxxx

    >> >I have Vista Home Premium (3 mos old). It was recommended that I have my
    >> > admin user and then do another one for the main stuff. On the admin side, I
    >> > can go into a website and hit an email link and it pops right up. I checked
    >> > the default on that side and went to my main user. I hit default and it will
    >> > not allow me to change any default settings. Why is the button there then?
    >> > But when I go to an email link on main user, it gives me the message could
    >> > not perform this operation because the default mail client is not properly
    >> > installed. I have looked through some of the similar questions and it does
    >> > not pertain exactly to me. I am on Comcast for internet service, I use a
    >> > server that is private on the main user, comcast on the admin side. It says
    >> > I have 6.0.6 for windows mail. I have a firefox icon on the desktop that I
    >> > use to connect to the Internet on both users but on the main user (not admin)
    >> > the error message comes up after opening IE behind firefox telling me it
    >> > can't bring up the email. Have I given you enough info to help me with this.
    >> > I won't reinstall Vista and will just run with the challenge if I have to
    >> > but I feel there must be a way to work around this. It makes no sense. Hope
    >> > someone can help.
    >>
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  7.    20 Jun 2008 #7
    Gary VanderMolen Guest

    Re: Could not perform this operation because the default mail clie


    Is that the user with Firefox? If so, Firefox has a known problem registering
    with Vista. Use this fix:

    http://www.winhelponline.com/blog/fi...using-firefox/

    --
    Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP


    "Mopsy" <Mopsy@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:9091AEBF-1BCC-4E37-9FFA-DD09259B9A85@xxxxxx

    > Plus I cannot use the email to go to a website. I have to copy and paste to
    > the browser. I could not do that with the link in the email notifying me
    > that I had your answer. It took quite a while to find the link in this
    > forum. I would get a blank page saying done.
    >
    > "Gary VanderMolen" wrote:
    >

    >> Open the Default Programs applet, which you can access either from
    >> the Start menu or via the Control Panel, then click the first item:
    >> "Set your default programs."
    >> After a few seconds, a list of programs comes up. Click on Windows
    >> Mail. If it doesn't respond with "This program has all its defaults"
    >> then fix it by clicking on the option indicated by the first green arrow.
    >>
    >> --
    >> Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP
    >>
    >>
    >> "Mopsy" <Mopsy@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:C366E931-4390-4B15-AFAE-4BBA907A92F9@xxxxxx

    >> >I have Vista Home Premium (3 mos old). It was recommended that I have my
    >> > admin user and then do another one for the main stuff. On the admin side, I
    >> > can go into a website and hit an email link and it pops right up. I checked
    >> > the default on that side and went to my main user. I hit default and it will
    >> > not allow me to change any default settings. Why is the button there then?
    >> > But when I go to an email link on main user, it gives me the message could
    >> > not perform this operation because the default mail client is not properly
    >> > installed. I have looked through some of the similar questions and it does
    >> > not pertain exactly to me. I am on Comcast for internet service, I use a
    >> > server that is private on the main user, comcast on the admin side. It says
    >> > I have 6.0.6 for windows mail. I have a firefox icon on the desktop that I
    >> > use to connect to the Internet on both users but on the main user (not admin)
    >> > the error message comes up after opening IE behind firefox telling me it
    >> > can't bring up the email. Have I given you enough info to help me with this.
    >> > I won't reinstall Vista and will just run with the challenge if I have to
    >> > but I feel there must be a way to work around this. It makes no sense. Hope
    >> > someone can help.
    >>
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  8.    20 Jun 2008 #8
    Mopsy Guest

    Re: Could not perform this operation because the default mail clie


    Yes, Firefox is my browser on both. The email comes up from Firefox in admin
    but not in main user. I suppose it could still be firefox but IE doesn't
    work either in main user.

    "Gary VanderMolen" wrote:

    > Do both users have Firefox as their default browser? If only the
    > malfunctioning user has Firefox, it could be a Firefox problem.
    >
    > --
    > Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP
    >
    >
    > "Mopsy" <Mopsy@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:CA31F4DB-D024-4CC7-9BB3-38053CF9650C@xxxxxx

    > > Gary, I did this on the main user side and it says the program has all its
    > > defaults. I can email from a website on the admin side but not the main
    > > user. Is it possible for me to make that one an Admin with a password and
    > > then be able to do it? Or is this just an annoyance with Vista. I am using
    > > Firefox. Thanks.
    > >
    > > "Gary VanderMolen" wrote:
    > >

    > >> Open the Default Programs applet, which you can access either from
    > >> the Start menu or via the Control Panel, then click the first item:
    > >> "Set your default programs."
    > >> After a few seconds, a list of programs comes up. Click on Windows
    > >> Mail. If it doesn't respond with "This program has all its defaults"
    > >> then fix it by clicking on the option indicated by the first green arrow.
    > >>
    > >> --
    > >> Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP
    > >>
    > >>
    > >> "Mopsy" <Mopsy@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:C366E931-4390-4B15-AFAE-4BBA907A92F9@xxxxxx
    > >> >I have Vista Home Premium (3 mos old). It was recommended that I have my
    > >> > admin user and then do another one for the main stuff. On the admin side, I
    > >> > can go into a website and hit an email link and it pops right up. I checked
    > >> > the default on that side and went to my main user. I hit default and it will
    > >> > not allow me to change any default settings. Why is the button there then?
    > >> > But when I go to an email link on main user, it gives me the message could
    > >> > not perform this operation because the default mail client is not properly
    > >> > installed. I have looked through some of the similar questions and it does
    > >> > not pertain exactly to me. I am on Comcast for internet service, I use a
    > >> > server that is private on the main user, comcast on the admin side. It says
    > >> > I have 6.0.6 for windows mail. I have a firefox icon on the desktop that I
    > >> > use to connect to the Internet on both users but on the main user (not admin)
    > >> > the error message comes up after opening IE behind firefox telling me it
    > >> > can't bring up the email. Have I given you enough info to help me with this.
    > >> > I won't reinstall Vista and will just run with the challenge if I have to
    > >> > but I feel there must be a way to work around this. It makes no sense. Hope
    > >> > someone can help.
    > >>
    >
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  9.    20 Jun 2008 #9
    Gary VanderMolen Guest

    Re: Could not perform this operation because the default mail clie


    Sounds like the 'main' user has a problem with the MailTo protocol handler.
    Go to Default Programs as before, but this time select "Associate..."
    After the list gets populated, scroll all the way down to where the Protocols
    section is. Look for the MailTo protocol, and tell me which program it is
    assigned to.

    If the MailTo protocol is missing from that list do this:
    In Default Programs, click "Set program access and computer defaults."
    Click Custom, and select Windows Mail. Click OK.

    Did that restore the MailTo protocol?

    --
    Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP


    "Mopsy" <Mopsy@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:BBA5A261-4D0F-4E67-9CE7-0AAA19371868@xxxxxx

    > Yes, Firefox is my browser on both. The email comes up from Firefox in admin
    > but not in main user. I suppose it could still be firefox but IE doesn't
    > work either in main user.
    >
    > "Gary VanderMolen" wrote:
    >

    >> Do both users have Firefox as their default browser? If only the
    >> malfunctioning user has Firefox, it could be a Firefox problem.
    >>
    >> --
    >> Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP
    >>
    >>
    >> "Mopsy" <Mopsy@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:CA31F4DB-D024-4CC7-9BB3-38053CF9650C@xxxxxx

    >> > Gary, I did this on the main user side and it says the program has all its
    >> > defaults. I can email from a website on the admin side but not the main
    >> > user. Is it possible for me to make that one an Admin with a password and
    >> > then be able to do it? Or is this just an annoyance with Vista. I am using
    >> > Firefox. Thanks.
    >> >
    >> > "Gary VanderMolen" wrote:
    >> >
    >> >> Open the Default Programs applet, which you can access either from
    >> >> the Start menu or via the Control Panel, then click the first item:
    >> >> "Set your default programs."
    >> >> After a few seconds, a list of programs comes up. Click on Windows
    >> >> Mail. If it doesn't respond with "This program has all its defaults"
    >> >> then fix it by clicking on the option indicated by the first green arrow.
    >> >>
    >> >> --
    >> >> Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP
    >> >>
    >> >>
    >> >> "Mopsy" <Mopsy@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:C366E931-4390-4B15-AFAE-4BBA907A92F9@xxxxxx
    >> >> >I have Vista Home Premium (3 mos old). It was recommended that I have my
    >> >> > admin user and then do another one for the main stuff. On the admin side, I
    >> >> > can go into a website and hit an email link and it pops right up. I checked
    >> >> > the default on that side and went to my main user. I hit default and it will
    >> >> > not allow me to change any default settings. Why is the button there then?
    >> >> > But when I go to an email link on main user, it gives me the message could
    >> >> > not perform this operation because the default mail client is not properly
    >> >> > installed. I have looked through some of the similar questions and it does
    >> >> > not pertain exactly to me. I am on Comcast for internet service, I use a
    >> >> > server that is private on the main user, comcast on the admin side. It says
    >> >> > I have 6.0.6 for windows mail. I have a firefox icon on the desktop that I
    >> >> > use to connect to the Internet on both users but on the main user (not admin)
    >> >> > the error message comes up after opening IE behind firefox telling me it
    >> >> > can't bring up the email. Have I given you enough info to help me with this.
    >> >> > I won't reinstall Vista and will just run with the challenge if I have to
    >> >> > but I feel there must be a way to work around this. It makes no sense. Hope
    >> >> > someone can help.
    >> >>
    >>
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  10.    20 Jun 2008 #10
    Mopsy Guest

    Re: Could not perform this operation because the default mail clie


    There are these protocols for Mail--news rotocal, nntp protocol, s-news
    protocol. When I go to the the When I go to the set program access, it says
    that I don't have the right to change these. I am in my side user. If I do
    this in Admin will it transfer over? Admin is doing just fine with emailing
    out of a website. thanks for staying with me on this. I will be heading out
    for grandchildren and my access will be limited in here till later today.

    "Gary VanderMolen" wrote:

    > Sounds like the 'main' user has a problem with the MailTo protocol handler.
    > Go to Default Programs as before, but this time select "Associate..."
    > After the list gets populated, scroll all the way down to where the Protocols
    > section is. Look for the MailTo protocol, and tell me which program it is
    > assigned to.
    >
    > If the MailTo protocol is missing from that list do this:
    > In Default Programs, click "Set program access and computer defaults."
    > Click Custom, and select Windows Mail. Click OK.
    >
    > Did that restore the MailTo protocol?
    >
    > --
    > Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP
    >
    >
    > "Mopsy" <Mopsy@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:BBA5A261-4D0F-4E67-9CE7-0AAA19371868@xxxxxx

    > > Yes, Firefox is my browser on both. The email comes up from Firefox in admin
    > > but not in main user. I suppose it could still be firefox but IE doesn't
    > > work either in main user.
    > >
    > > "Gary VanderMolen" wrote:
    > >

    > >> Do both users have Firefox as their default browser? If only the
    > >> malfunctioning user has Firefox, it could be a Firefox problem.
    > >>
    > >> --
    > >> Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP
    > >>
    > >>
    > >> "Mopsy" <Mopsy@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:CA31F4DB-D024-4CC7-9BB3-38053CF9650C@xxxxxx
    > >> > Gary, I did this on the main user side and it says the program has all its
    > >> > defaults. I can email from a website on the admin side but not the main
    > >> > user. Is it possible for me to make that one an Admin with a password and
    > >> > then be able to do it? Or is this just an annoyance with Vista. I am using
    > >> > Firefox. Thanks.
    > >> >
    > >> > "Gary VanderMolen" wrote:
    > >> >
    > >> >> Open the Default Programs applet, which you can access either from
    > >> >> the Start menu or via the Control Panel, then click the first item:
    > >> >> "Set your default programs."
    > >> >> After a few seconds, a list of programs comes up. Click on Windows
    > >> >> Mail. If it doesn't respond with "This program has all its defaults"
    > >> >> then fix it by clicking on the option indicated by the first green arrow.
    > >> >>
    > >> >> --
    > >> >> Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP
    > >> >>
    > >> >>
    > >> >> "Mopsy" <Mopsy@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:C366E931-4390-4B15-AFAE-4BBA907A92F9@xxxxxx
    > >> >> >I have Vista Home Premium (3 mos old). It was recommended that I have my
    > >> >> > admin user and then do another one for the main stuff. On the admin side, I
    > >> >> > can go into a website and hit an email link and it pops right up. I checked
    > >> >> > the default on that side and went to my main user. I hit default and it will
    > >> >> > not allow me to change any default settings. Why is the button there then?
    > >> >> > But when I go to an email link on main user, it gives me the message could
    > >> >> > not perform this operation because the default mail client is not properly
    > >> >> > installed. I have looked through some of the similar questions and it does
    > >> >> > not pertain exactly to me. I am on Comcast for internet service, I use a
    > >> >> > server that is private on the main user, comcast on the admin side. It says
    > >> >> > I have 6.0.6 for windows mail. I have a firefox icon on the desktop that I
    > >> >> > use to connect to the Internet on both users but on the main user (not admin)
    > >> >> > the error message comes up after opening IE behind firefox telling me it
    > >> >> > can't bring up the email. Have I given you enough info to help me with this.
    > >> >> > I won't reinstall Vista and will just run with the challenge if I have to
    > >> >> > but I feel there must be a way to work around this. It makes no sense. Hope
    > >> >> > someone can help.
    > >> >>
    > >>
    >
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I have Vista Ultimate and am using Thunderbird mail client. When I click a mailto link in Internet Explorer I get this error message: "Could not...
Vista General
Could not perform this operation because the default mail client is not properly installed
I found a bug in my new Vista Home Basic laptop. When I click a mail link in either Explorer or Firefox, I get a popup box with the message "Could...
Vista mail
You are not authorized to perform the current operation
I purchased a new machine that came with Vista Home and IE7. I installed Visual Studio 2005, Microsoft FrontPage 2003 and Expression Web. For all...
Vista security
You do not have sufficient rights to perform this operation
I open up windows explorer and click on network. I see my print server and attemp to add a printer. I get the message you do not have sufficient...
Vista account administration

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