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Links are not underlined

Posted on 2009-03-30
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Why is it that when I copy and past a link on to my Microsoft Outlook they are not underlined which requires the receiver to copy and past in order to see the web site? Thanks
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Question by:camtz
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by:war1
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Hello camtz,

Are you sending the email in HTML format?  If sending in Plain Text, link may not be active, requiring copying and pasting to open.

Is the link a URL or an HTML link?  If the latter, link will not copy.  You have to copy the underlying HTML code.

Hope this helps!
war1
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by:camtz
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Here is an example of the links I am talking about.;

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/mar/29/obama-london-visit-uk-g20
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The link should be active if you send the email in HTML format.
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by:camtz
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Thanks, all is well.
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