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I have a new iMac, that runs macOS Mojave version 10.14.2, and Safari 12.0.2.
I often go to internet websites, and would like to forward them to others, using my yahoo mail account.
How do I setup my mail to be able to do this?
You can do that by copying the link for that website, click the Compose button inside your email account and paste the link in the body of the email.
Thanks for your answer.
Yes, I understand and have used that in the past.
I guess my 'better' question should be as follows:
When I'm on a website and want toforward it, I go to File>Share>Email this Page--and then I'm lost. How do I set Yahoo mail as the automatic choice to forward the URL?
Any further help?
Nope, not an answer to my question.
Please let my posts to get a handle on my specific questions.
So the closest thing (that I'm aware of) to this is what I mentioned earlier in Firefox. Using the "Email link" option will bring up a new message windows in Yahoo Mail (if you have Yahoo set as the default in the browser) and will populate the subject line with the title of the other page you're on.