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    Hyperlink error (Win XP Pro SP2)

    When I click an internet hyperlink in an Outlook 2003 email msg, I receive an error msg (picture attached). This just started happening. I have reviewed all Outlook security settings and cannot eliminate this error. Any thoughts?

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    Re: Hyperlink error (Win XP Pro SP2)

    Bill, is this a standalone machine with Admin Rights, or is it subject to Corporate settings? If it's a corporate machine have you talked to your Adminstrator? What is your Internet Explorer Security Settings? Do hyperlinks work in Word or Excel? Also, see <post#=410021>post 410021</post#>.
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    Re: Hyperlink error (Win XP Pro SP2)

    John - thanks. Yes - this is a standalone machine. Links work in IE and generally my sercurity levels there are medium to medium low. The links do not work in word or excel either,

    Bill

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    Re: Hyperlink error (Win XP Pro SP2)

    MSKB 310049: You receive an error message when you click a hyperlink in Outlook 2000 or in Outlook 2002 may also apply to 2003, or you could try some of the suggestions from this thread at techrepublic.

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    Re: Hyperlink error (Win XP Pro SP2)

    Thanks. Your first suggestion did the trick. I wonder how these things happen?

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