If it's not an association problem as acklan says - then it may be a problem with your SMTP setup (I'm not real good with this stuff, so please bear with me!
When the program errors out on you it says: The host "http" could not be found. Please verify that you have entered the server name correctly, account :HTTP, server http Protocal SMTP, Port 25, Secure SSL No Socket Error 11001'
This tells me that there's an email account named "http" on a server named "http" using the SMTP protocol, etc, etc, etc
Now, since not many folks would use this name (http) for their account and their server - I presume that it's the default settings on your email program.
Also, this is vaguely reminiscient of attempts to send email when an email client isn't setup. This begs the question - what do you use to send email? Is it only while on the web (like in Yahoo or Hotmail) or is there a program that you use to read your emails (like Outlook, Outlook Express, Thunderbird, Eudora, etc)?
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