"This operation has been cancelled due to restrictions in effect on this computer" error message

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mailissues

I searched for solutions in the internet and tried them all but without sucess. Please help
 
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Gordon B-P

It would be a good idea tp tell us what you are DOING when this error appears to save us from guessing.

Assuming you are clicking a web link in an email, then doing a google search on " This operation has been cancelled due to restrictions in effect on this computer" produces this linkhttp://www.slipstick.com/problems/this-operation-has-been-cancelled-due-to-restrictions/ as the FIRST hit, which IS the solution.

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mailissues

You assumed right about the error, I recently purchased Office 2010 and was having problems when I clicked links in the emails. Thank you for your response however I didn't get the solution from the link you provided and followed other links on the same page that took me to http://www.msoutlook.info/toptips that has solutions for Office 2010, I downloaded a file that fixed it! thanks.
 
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singingchefbunbury

Thank you Gordon worried it was going to be tough but followed your advice and sorted problem CHeers.

JOhn Australia
 
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Phil4a

If you installed Google chrome and then uninstalled it, you might experience problems in Microsoft Outlook when you click on a link. One easy way to get rid of this problem is to reinstall Google Chrome but you don't have to make it your default browser. This will solve the problem. I don't know what Google has done to create this problem. They should provide a fix. The have somehow forced Microsoft Oulook to require Google Chrome to be installed on your computer
 
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