Now when you click on an email link, the Locate Link Browser window will no longer open; BUT now two browser windows will open! Forum New Posts FAQ Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Tutorial Index Tutorials Join Us Forum Windows 10 Forums Browsers and Email Locate link browser Page 1 of 2 12 Last Jump Honeywell Lyric: Which Smart Thermostat Should You Buy? March 8, 2009 Bill Kidwell I use IE (tried using version 8, hated it, so re-downloaded 7.) Somewhere in the process soemthing happened because I am getting the Locate Link Browser navigate here
Browsers and Email Can anyone verify the link from this?Hi everyone, I've upgraded to Windows 10 and my machine seems to be running erratically. I found that if I am desperate, there is a way I can open a link in an email using Outlook 2003. Click Set this program as default. In the Locate Link Browser dialog box point it to iexplore.exe and press OK.
Computer Type: Laptop System Manufacturer/Model Number: Inspiron 17R OS: Windows 10 64 bit CPU: i7 Motherboard: Dell Memory: 8gb Quote tcman50 Posts : 4,801 Windows 10 Pro New 20 Aug Please advise. How can I get it to open the website instead? Windows 10 Hyperlinks Not Working I am running Outlook 2003 with Windows XP Professional SP3 and Firefox 3.5.2.
You could hose yer machine! Outlook 2003 Links Not Working Windows 10 All rights reserved. Monday, February 01, 2010 8:21 PM Reply | Quote Answers 0 Sign in to vote Hi, Based on my research, I would like to suggest the following: 1. recommended you read You may need to change the file extension from txt to reg then double click to run it.
From http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-windows_programs/windows-7-outlook-2003-locate-link-browser-dialog/d7f1d2ae-8a68-475d-8618-3e69df276934?tm=1329600324500&page=1 , courtesy of t-4-2: ... Links Browser Now only one browser window should open when you click on an email link. It's a minor irritation, and probably a bug in Outlook that never gets fixed (does this happen on Outlook 2003 and 2007 and 2010?). I have set Chrome as my default browser...
The fix: add the following value to the registry. I too had set IE as default and pointed the Locate Link Browser Dialogue to IE. Outlook 2003 Locate Link Browser Windows 10 You can find her helping people online in Outlook Forums as well as in the Microsoft Answers and TechNet forums. Locate Link Browser Windows 7 Outlook 2003 In order to make the change, you’ll have to remove the following keys from the Registry.
I have followed the instructions with out results. This file can be found in one of the following locations: C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer on 32-bit versions of Windows C:\Program Files (x86)\Internet Explorer on 64-bit versions of Windows Click on OK. After that, I clicked on a link in my email, and 2 firefox windows would open…. 1 to my home page, and 1 to the actual link. his comment is here Windows will prompt...you confirm and you are done.
I have followed the instructions with out results. Lynx Browser Thank you for reading the article above. Do you get any error messages?
For the less technical of you folks out there. 1. For Web browser make sure Internet Explorer is selected. (To change, click on current default browser and select Internet Explorer from Choose an app popup.) Alternatively, or to make sure IE I installed Office Pro 2003 (and SP3) on Windows10. 2. IMO it is a good idea to leave this checked as viral attachments often disguise themselves with fake icons.i.e.
Phil. October 11, 2010 Mark I've tried these fixes (XP SP3) but the problem never seems to go away. Once you have named the file, decide where you want it to be saved and click on Save. weblink I had the issue that web links in Outlook did not open, giving with dialogue: 'Locate Link Browser', so I gave the location of IExplore.exe in this dialogue.