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Upgraded to IE 7 and now links in outlook express e-mail do not work


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After upgrading to Internet Explorer 7 all my e-mails I receive through Outlook Express that include a website link no longer work. I move the cursor over the link and the little hand appears and the address of the site shows in the lower left hand corner but does nothing after clicking on it. Has anyone else experienced this problem after upgrading to IE 7? The links in my e-mails worked fine before doing the upgrade.

Thanks for any help on this subject.

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Hi Scomar. Read this, hope it helps: http://www.fjsmjs.com/OE/nolinks.htm
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Hi Scomar. Read this, hope it helps: http://www.fjsmjs.com/OE/nolinks.htm

Thanks for the info. I checked it out and everything the site said to do was already in place on my computer. It looks like that link is more for problems with links in your browser not working. My problem is that links in my e-mails are not working. They worked fine before I installed IE 7. So basically it is a problem in my Outlook Express caused by upgrading to IE 7. Any more help on this issue would be very kind.
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