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I am using Office Outlook 2007 Professional trial edition. I use a standard Intel based system with Windows XP Professional which is entirely up to date (maybe that is my problem).

All of a sudden, like last night while I slept, Office Outlook 2007 did something that now prevents me from following a link by clicking on it in an email in the reading pane. Yesterday, I could. It says this: The operation has been canceled due to restrictions in effect on this computer. Please contact your system administrator." Huh? Well, I am the administrator and, therefore, I have to ask myself a question I cannot answer. Since I can't, can you? Man, any help you can give me to clear this problem up will be a huge help. Thanks, Doug

Edited by drhesq, 15 January 2007 - 01:52 PM.

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Are the other applications also having issues? Could it be the trial version has expired?
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