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Why Can't I open any Links in Microsoft Outlook ?

By Sheikes06 ·
when I click on a link it comes up with an error message saying Cannot complete this operation due to Restrictions on this computer. Contact the systems administrator

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Security settings

by PurpleSkys Moderator In reply to Why Can't I open any Link ...

If this is a work computer, ask your system administrator if they can change the settings. If it's your own, check your security settings within outlook, or you could copy/paste links into your browser.

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This may be of some help

by Michael Jay In reply to Why Can't I open any Link ...

http://answers.microsoft com/en-us/office/forum/office_2007-outlook/cant-open-any-hyperlinks-this-operation-has-been/8815ad6c-0f44-477a-9ffa-beb98109b5a6

copy the "link" and add a . between microsoft and com, dang unpostable links

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Why Can't I open any Links in Microsoft Outlook ?

by efficacy In reply to Why Can't I open any Link ...

I quest you are browsing through a corporate network, Your company firewall is blocking opening of links contained in email for security reasons. If you are sure of the safety and necessity of the link, then talk to you Network Administrator to permit your IP Address or better still open the link in a test standalone system with maybe a usb internet stick.

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Why Can't I open any Links in Microsoft Outlook ? Solved!

by Nim.Kibua In reply to Why Can't I open any Link ...

Follow the following steps and you'll definitely be able to open the links:
(i) On control panel,at programs tab, Select and click the Default programs
(ii)At Default programs, select and click "Set your default programs"
(ii)Set your choice browser and click to view the projected options
(iii)Select and click "Choose defaults for this program"
(iv)On defaults program revealed tick the option "select all"
- Finally save: this problem will have been solved. Enjoy!

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