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asp.net link in outlook issue

Posted on 2011-02-14
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Hello,

We have a strange issue where for a specific user, if they click on a link to our website via Outlook, the session variables on the asp.net .aspx.vb page are not being set. If they type the URL in, it works fine.

Is there any known issue you've heard of like this?

Thanks,

Steve
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Impossible!

<Link in browser>=<link in mail>. Period.


As described, the only possibility i can see is security settings in Outlook, zone setings in IE (or other browsers similar), or something like that.
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