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    blamedman
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    Responding to Internet Email (5.50.4522.1200)

    I'm new to the lounge so if this has been posted before, please forgive me. We use Outlook and Exchange. Several users want to be able to respond to links on the Internet and can't. I can because I also have a dial-up POP account. Do I have to sign them up on something like Yahoo mail. I've suggested they just cut & paste the address into our Outlook/Exchange email. Suggestions would be appreciated.

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    Re: Responding to Internet Email (5.50.4522.1200)

    can you send internet mail using exchange? do you want junk mail coming into the exchange server? yes to both, then it's just a configuration issue.

    if outlook is set as the email client in IE (IE's tools > internet options), it should be used with the exchange account when you click a mailto link.

    if you need more help, be sure to post the version of IE and Outlook

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    blamedman
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    Re: Responding to Internet Email (5.50.4522.1200)

    Thank you for quick response. No, I don't want to receive junk mail on the Exchange server. Can you recommend what I should do other than tell them to cut & paste the address into our non-Express Outlook?

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    Re: Responding to Internet Email (5.50.4522.1200)

    copy and paste would probably be the best in the long run.

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    blamedman
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    Re: Responding to Internet Email (5.50.4522.1200)

    Thank you for your help!

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