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Candice, is there any way for someone to automatically create a card for you with the url prepopulated? I don't think that there is. I don't think any of the add to address book functions would allow this to happen and I we don't have add to address book for vcards.
I don't think there's a way to add\delete\edit an address book card with a url, only printing address book card is using url.
The collected addresses stuff doesn't appear to pick up on vcards (I tried). It probably should, and one day will, I guess.
See also bug 72212, link in address book replaces addrbook chrome instead of opening a browser window.
This bug was moved away from nsconf, probably as part of the mass qa contact change. Moving back til we have a policy on security bugs.
reassigning to racham.
Assignee: chuang → racham
See also bug 108399, url shown in "link properties" dialog runs as chrome when clicked.
assignee_accessible: 0 → 1
Group: netscapeconfidential? → security?
CC list accessible: true
qacontact_accessible: 0 → 1
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What happens, if a normal http url is opened via the Address Book? Dies the webpage run as chrome then? If so, does it have special access? (Sorry for the lame question, some basic knowledge of Mozilla's component security would probaly answer this.)
It sounds like this can't be done automatically. How bad is this if the user has to do this itself before encountering this?
Target Milestone: mozilla0.9.9 → ---
Well, it depends. Do we pick up urls from vcards attached to emails? We didn't when I tested this. I don't think it can happen automatically. Its probably better to fix this sooner rather than later, though.
We can't through Mozilla, but you could add an address card through 4.7 and that could be imported. What I don't know is if we added the url when adding a vcard in 4.7
dveditz, is this a dup of bug 144704? /be
Assignee: racham → dveditz
Status: ASSIGNED → NEW
Yes, the utilityOverlay.js fix will fix this one as well. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 144704 ***
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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