If I understand correctly, you don't want html pages to be associated with
Internet Explorer.  That is done with the folder options/file types settings
in windows.  Scroll down to find the htm/html association, highlight and
delete it.

Hope that's it.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: <Gary.Wade@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <NOTES-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>; <DOMINO-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>;
Sent: Wednesday, July 16, 2003 12:36 PM
Subject: Desktop HTML shortcuts launch Notes - no help from Lotus support

> We're working on a Corporate Welcome Page being pushed through R6
> Policies.  Using "Microsoft Internet Explorer," as the desired browser in
> the Location document, does not display the HTML page properly (known fact
> as to how Notes Framesets work with web pages created in another product).
> Using "Notes with Internet Explorer" set in the Location document the HTML
> page displays as desired BUT clients' Desktop shortcuts to web pages and
> web apps now open, and some try to open and fail or hangup particularily
> with email links, inside Notes (and will open Notes client first  if it is
> shutdown).
> In Windows Explorer the file association set for HTML is to launch
> Internet Explorer.  Called IBM support and they said there should be "no"
> file association configuration in Notes that would cause this problem -
> that it is an Operating System problem.  Cannot find in Registry or other
> program locations where this could be set.  ANYBODY ELSE SEEN THIS.
> -----------------------------------------------------------
> Gary L Wade
> Lotus Notes Administrator
> City of Orlando - City Hall
> 400 S. Orange Ave.
> PO Box 4990
> Orlando, FL 32802-4990
> (PH) 407.246.3796  (Fax) 407.246.2878
> Gary.Wade@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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