[access-uk] Re: Links in Emails

Hi Jackie,

Is UAC (User Account Control) turned on in Vista by any chance?

George.

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From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On
Behalf Of Jackie Cairns
Sent: 08 February 2011 10:17
To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx; 'BCAB Discussion List'
Subject: [access-uk] Links in Emails

Apologies for cross-posting, but wonder if I could call upon anyone
with
knowledge in this area.

I am running Microsoft Office 2003 on both my Vista and Windows 7
laptops.
But on the Vista machine, for some strange reason, when I go into
Outlook,
and click on a link that someone has sent in an Email, I get an
administrator message that won't allow me to click on it, and I have
to copy
and paste the link into the address bar of Internet Explorer.  This is
ok,
but I used to be able to click on links within Emails, and now can't.

Where then would I go to change this in order to click on links in
Emails?

Any suggestions appreciated.  I've looked in the security tab of Tools
and
Options within Outlook, but can't find anything that I would be
willing to
alter ... Just in case! (smile).

Kind Regards,

Jackie Cairns
J&M Work-Ability

jandm@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
www.work-ability.co.uk

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