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When Clicking Link in Email, Multiple Chrome Tabs Open

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awesomesauce

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Hi there.
 
I have Windows 7, operating Outlook 2003. My default browser is Chrome.
 
My issue is this:
 
If my internet browser is completely closed and I click on a link in an email in Outlook, it opens the link but also opens 3 other blank tabs like this:
 
 
Please help if you can.
 
Thanks in advance

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Hello awesomesauce

How many extensions do you have in chrome?

Can you list them all on your next reply.

Thanks,

Joe


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Hi Joe,

 

Thanks for your reply.

 

The only extension I have is Reddit Enhancement Suite4.5.2

 

This issue was occurring before I installed this extension.


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If you have everything closed. You open a new link in from Outlook have you tried to 'Open in new tab' (Right click scroll down to open in new tab)

Does this only happen with Chrome?


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Yes.


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With the breif reply, i assume that was a yes to both of the questions.

Well, Good luck Mr Awesomesauce


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