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Microsoft Outlook is blocking hyperlinks

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I have Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2010. Through the time Microsoft Outlook become blocking the links in a messages. I can't go through the links anymore, the message appears-"This operation was interrupted due to restrictions applied to this computer. Refer to your system administrator". Now I forced to copy and paste hyperlinks to address bar of the browsers. This is findish hard, because some links not copying, if they are a pictures. I am forced to write the addresses of that links, that contains a huge amount of characters on a sheet of paper and then manually type it again to the address bar of my browser. Please help me to make the past behaviour of Outlook and walk through the links as before.
TIA!
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This looks like a default browser issue.  Try setting IE as your default browser.

More details:  http://www.slipstick.com/problems/this-operation-has-been-cancelled-due-to-restrictions/

FYI...this link contains some of the same info as cmpcomputers post above.
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Thanks, I choosed to give 300 scores to cpmcomputers just for a very good resource for all other aspects of Microsoft Outlook
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Totally understandable!  Glad we could help!
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