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Help! Can't open Outlook Email URLS or links anymore...

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by jiffyxpop, Feb 1, 2005.

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  1. jiffyxpop

    jiffyxpop Thread Starter

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    Hi,
    I recently added a Mozilla browser to my Win XP desktop, decided I didn't like it, and removed it. I went back to using the Internet Explorer browser. I use MS Outlook. Before I installed and then removed Mozilla, it used to be I could click on a URL link in any Outlook email, and the IE browser would automatically open it up. Now, it doesn't -- If I have a URL link mentioned in an email, I have to copy and paste it directly into the browser. If I just click on it in the email, it doesn't do anything.

    How can I make it go back to opening up directly when I click on it in my email?

    I already tried running the regsvr32 *.dll commands mentioned in another post on this forum, but it hasn't worked.

    Any help is greatly appreciated. THANKS!
     
  2. mike5532g

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    In IE>tools>internet options>programs tab> reset web settings> click ok.
     
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