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I want mac mail to open with e-mail link not gmail

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I have set something wrong. Now whenever I click on a mail link in safari gmail opens up. I don't want this. I was going along fine until something happened. I don't know what. Mail used to open up nicely when I clicked on a link. Now gmail opens up and ask me to allow it to use my apply password files.

How can I get this to work the way it should. I would like when I click on a link for apple mail to open up. It is showing as my default mail program but gmail still rears it's ugly head. Any help is appreciated.

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