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"Warning: You are doing something" message on Lync client

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Hi.  We are in the middle of testing Lync 2010 and have not used OCS in the past so we don't know if this is a common message.

Whenever we send a URL link in a conversation window, it is preceeded by a text "Warning: You are doing something".  The URL can be a link to a website or somtimes a PDF file.

Anyone know what this means?  How to remove it?  Tweak it?  I'm not having any luck in google.  :)
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