going to website address from an email

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Boerne Bob

I changed search engines and deleted Google, and now when I am in an email
and there is a link within the email, when I click on it to go to the web
link I get a message that says it can't be done, check with system
administrator.
Does anyone know where the option is to allow clicking on web links within
an email and going direct to the site?
 

Diane Poremsky

Senior Member
Outlook version
Outlook 2016 32 bit
Email Account
Office 365 Exchange
This is a problem with IE, its not an Outlook error. You need to reset your
internet settings in IE's Tools, Internet Options, Advanced tab. (Or Control
panel, Internet options, Advanced tab).
See http://www.slipstick.com/problems/this-operation-has-been-cancelled-due-to-restrictions/ for the latest
information.




"Boerne Bob" <Boerne Bob> wrote in message
news:3804816C-4695-47F9-AA3C-CDE7DD03C327@microsoft.com...
> I changed search engines and deleted Google, and now when I am in an email
> and there is a link within the email, when I click on it to go to the web
> link I get a message that says it can't be done, check with system
> administrator.
> Does anyone know where the option is to allow clicking on web links within
> an email and going direct to the site?


 
V

VanguardLH

Boerne Bob wrote:

> when I click on it to go to the web link I get a message that says it
> can't be done, check with system administrator.


No, that is NOT the error message.

> Does anyone know where the option is to allow clicking on web links within
> an email and going direct to the site?


Depends on what was the actual error message.

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