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Type the path to your Web browser with the full file name. I just can't click on URLs in my Outlook Express. Oct 13, 2005 #5 meatologist TS Rookie Posts: 134 have you tried my other suggestion? Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/256953
I can highlight them and put them in my browser but I should be able to access them in my OUtlook Express. I disabled it completely but still cannot click on URLs in Outlook Express. Now click Set your default programs. Make sure that the Internet Explorer should check to see if it is the default browser check box is not selected under Internet Options, or the issue may occur again.
Oct 14, 2005 #9 lisette TS Rookie Topic Starter I do have a pop up blocker in SpywareBlaster. Click: Reset Web Settings - (uncheck box for homepage) - Click Yes. Outlook makes no move. Check to confirm that the DDE Application Not Running box is left blank.
Note If you follow these steps, you may receive the following prompt when Internet Explorer starts: Internet Explorer is not currently your default browser. Ensure that the text "%1",,-1,0,,,, is written in the DDE Message box. Please enter a valid email address. http://www.dummies.com/computers/operating-systems/windows-xp-vista/how-to-repair-hyperlinks-in-outlook-express/ I'll dig until I find the culprit LOL.
I paid for it but I may get rid of it. https://www.lifewire.com/make-links-work-outlook-1173782 Start | Run | type, or Copy/Paste, these in one at a time and try again. (Note the space in each command). I clicked into your URL below and I don't understand. FIDELIS May 24, 2011 at 7:13 am Hello, have you checked to see if you have outlook to receive/send emails as text only? In order for you to click on links
Would you like to make it your default browser? navigate to this website Most sophisticated email programs display as a clickable link any text that looks like a web page or an email address in an email message. Oct 13, 2005 #6 meatologist TS Rookie Posts: 134 ooooohh... Click OK to close the Folder Options dialog box.
I was looking for some instructions for a fairly computer illiterate to be able to follow They tell me to go into the run program. This could be a number of reasons: Virus Software is preventing links from opening Default Browser is not set correctly Windows File Association for web pages could be wrong Lets You are taken nowhere.Unfortunately, this can happen to you in many email programs, such as: Windows Mail, Outlook Express, Outlook, Mozilla Thunderbird, and others.
Proceed very cautiously, though.Select Run... First, try changing the first part of the text to %programfiles%, like this: "%programfiles%Internet Exploreriexplore.exe" -nohome If it still doesn't work, add the text %1 to the end of the command. If you don't see the word open in the Action dialog box, type it in there. I only have Internet Explorer and I can click on URLs there.
WIRE CROSSING OK - so - you've checked and Outlook Express is selected - so... Below are instructions on how to set Internet Explorer as your default browser: 1. Mail Your Default Email Program in Windows Up Next Article How to Make Gmail Your Default Email Program Up Next Article How to Identify Your Outlook Express Stationery Folder Article Want click site How do I get URLs to work in my Outlook Expresss.
Regards, http://technobuz.com Tina May 22, 2011 at 5:18 pm Lynn, were you able to try ha14's suggestion, yet and did it work for you? Leave the DDE Application Not Running box empty. 10. If so, try disabling the pop-up blocker and test links from OE. Quit Windows Explorer. 13.
In the Edit File Type dialog box that appears, click the OPEN entry in the Actions box, and then click Edit. 5. Their instructions are as clear as mud. IE didn't open the URL.