I'm using Mozilla Thunderbird (version 15, on Windows) as a RSS client (I know there are others clients; I've used some of them). The problem (for me) is that some publishers don't want to include more details for an article in the description's feed (probably to force a user to open the web page and generate traffic) so very often I have to press the link/title of an article to open it's webpage in my web browser (Firefox). But I don't want to open an external browser, I want to see that page in Thunderbird. Does anyone know how to achieve this without using an add-on (I've tried ThunderBrowse but I had some problems with it)? More explicit: it's possible to click the website link and not to open a new tab in an external web browser, but in Thunderbird?
Note: I know that is possible to select
View->Feed Message Body As->Web Page. But in this scenario, by default, I can't see the summary of an article (it opens directly the web page; and I want to open the web page only for those articles that I am interest in them).