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Hyperlink slow to open web page

Hi Experts,

I am running Lotus Notes v6.5.3

When I receive an email with a hyperlink to a web page in it, from the time I click on the link to the time IE actually opens is at least 30 seconds. I am sure it used to be a lot faster. During this time LN is locked - not able to click on anything else.

Is there something I can do to speed this up??

Thanks,
Gary.
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slidsterCommented:
How long does it take if you open IE directly?

Have you tried switching Notes back to using the Notes browser - how fast is that?
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Gary_Brown_AppliedAuthor Commented:
When I start IE from the start menu take < 2secs to open and start loading my home page.

When I change Internet Browser setting in LN to be Notes with Internet Expolorer it is fast as well.

When I change Internet Browser setting in LN back to Microsoft Internet Explorer then it takes 30sec again. During this 'wait time' there is no hard disk activity.
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SysExpertCommented:
It may be the time it takes to start up IE

What version of IE are you using ?

I hope this helps !
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brwwigginsCommented:
try closing out of notes, deleting the perweb.nsf file from your PC and log back in. see if it speeds it up.
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Gary_Brown_AppliedAuthor Commented:
have tried deleting perweb.nsf, made no difference.
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jagcyberdudeCommented:
Check the following option under "Additional Options" in Preferences -> Basic Notes Configuration -
    "Disable embedded browser for MIME mail"
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