Links not opening in Firefox

I'm running Acrobat 8 Standard and recently installed Firefox 3.6.  Links in PDF documents are now opening in IE, even though Firefox is set to be my default browser.  I've looked for a setting that controls this but there doesn't seem to be any.  Is this a new problem with FF 3.6?  I'm not having this problem with any other software containing embedded links (MS Office, Outlook, IM, etc.).
This only happens when I'm running Acrobat standalone.  When using the Firefox plug-in links open in the same FF tab.
Thanks,
Jerry

Hi!
Is Mail the only external app that has that problem?
I remember having a similar issue and that was caused by an add-on who was messing up with the Firefox behavior.
If this is the case, you should see the same behavior when opening links from other apps.
To resolved, you have 2 options. Either use Firefox Reset ([[Reset Firefox – easily fix most problems]] ) or try to use Safe Mode ([[Troubleshoot Firefox issues using Safe Mode]] ).
Firefox Reset will reset the majority of your Firefox settings (including the add-ons) while keeping the most important information safe (Bookmarks, etc). In the other hand Safe Mode will allow you to test Firefox with a clean profile and then it will allow you to disable all the Add-ons. If that solves the issue, you should activate the add-ons one by one until you find the one it's causing the problem.
I hope this helps you.

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