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http internal links doesn't work in outlook 2003 with windows xp sp3

Posted on 2011-02-24
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I am running Office 2003 on windows xp sp 3. The problem is that, if i click on a http link (the link is only internal, external links goes right, the ie8 starts but it shows only the start page of the IE8 not the real link. After 2 second time the right link appears in the ie8.  Any suggestion ?
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by:FastSi
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Hi,

Are you using a proxy for IE?
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by:taum00
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Hi,

Yes we are using a proxy for ie8
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Miguel Angel Perez Muñoz earned 500 total points
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On IE settings, LAN settings, enable bypass proxy server for local adresses
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