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Outlook 2010 Url's Not working.

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I have attempted to click on a link (URL) from Outlook 2010 (an email body, etc) and it just hangs there --> does not pop up IE.  Is there a security setting I need to fiddle with to open up this function?
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by:vmagan
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does this happen with any url or a specific one?

what happens when you open up IE and copy and paste that url from outlook in to the web browser?
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l33tf0b earned 500 total points
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Clear out your Browser cache
I would make a note of IE settings and go to tools > options > advanced tab > Reset IE


Do you have other Browsers installed?  Try uninstalling other browsers, make sure IE is set to default browser.  Reinstall other browsers, set IE as default browser again.

You may also want to verify if you have the latest windows updates / service packs.
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thanks
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