Outlook 2002 Annoyance, URLs Never Open in New Window

Posted on 2006-05-10
Last Modified: 2010-04-08

Whenever I click a link in Outlook, it seems to want to open in a window that's already open. Countless times I've lost important sessions because of this and it's becomming really annoying.

If anyone knows how to force it to open in a new browser, everytime, that would be great. I'd even be willing to go into regedit if I must.

Thank you!
Question by:YoungBonzi
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    Greetings, YoungBonzi !

    Hold down the Shift key when you click on a link.  It should open a new browser window.

    Best wishes!
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    Oh you're so good!

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