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IETab offers a setting that lets you define sites that should always be opened using IE's rendering engine. This is great and I use it all the time.

There are a few sites, though, with which I encounter problems when I access them this way (needless to say that these have some IE-only features, otherwise I would simply use Firefox without IETab). So my question is: is there a way to make IETab (or any other extension that does the same thing) automatically open a specific list of sites in IE?

To be clear:

I want a way to specify a list of sites that will open an external IE process from Firefox, when clicking on those links or bookmarks from within Firefox.

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OK, I can't find a way to do what you want. I'll edit your question to clarify and remove my answer. – JNK Sep 7 '10 at 15:08
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I think IE Tabe Lite will do this for you:

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