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    Error in Outlook 2003 in Vista 5536



    Clean install - Firefox set as browser

    If you click on any URL in Outlook the above error happens

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    I've never touched Vista, but this looks like a simple permissions problem. Can you somehow give Outlook the permissions to start up third-party programs?

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    Sorted it - forced Microsoft as the link activator - it doesn't like FireFox much

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    I had this the other day and thought it was a great default behavior - it should help reduce the amount of people clicking through to duff websites if they have to copy/paste the link across. That said, plain text mail FTW.

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