I've been searching through various types of sites that I can create using SharePoint 2010, and it seems that the only one I can't use (a simple list view in a web part) is the only one that will accept non "http" links.
A Document Library won't even let me create non-http links, so I went with a Wiki, thinking that surely this would let me enter whatever I want. But it's not so! It let me create mms:// links (about 50 of them, before I saved), but once I save+closed the page, SharePoint decided that it would do me a favor and remove all the addresses from the hyperlinks! Now I have 50 empty links that only open a new tab when clicked. Of course, I tested this with an http:// link to Google and, sure enough, that one worked after save.
My question is: is there any way for me to avoid Microsoft's walled garden approach here and use mms:// for some of my links using native options? Or will I have to alter the HTML directly?
There was a similar question on Sharepoint.SE nearly a year ago, but it got zero answers. Hopefully this one will garner more attention.