Microsoft Outlook 2003 Unable to Open Hyperlinks sent from Microsoft Outlook 2007 Users

Some users on our network are now on Microsoft Outlook 2007, and some are still on Outlook 2003.  When a 2007 user sends a hyperlink to a network path, only Outlook 2007 users can open the link.  2003 users see it as just a text.  If someone on 2003 sends a hyperlink, both 2003 and 2007 users can click the hyperlink as normal.  Help!
spaethg000Asked:
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e_aravindCommented:
what is the behaviour with the OL2k7 users vs. another OL2k7 user?
Do we see the Links without any issues?
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Jackie ManCommented:
Just make sure the default mail format of Outlook 2003 is set to HTML instead of TEXT in reading emails.
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spaethg000Author Commented:
Seems correct.  Haven't had time to test, but I think that's the answer! :)
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