Allowing email links in MS Outlook 2007?

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How do I allow Outlook 2007 e-mail links? Now, when I click on a web link, I get a message stating that I need Administration Rights to modify PC settings?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #151394

Allowing email links in MS Outlook 2007?

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I am additionally having this downside. I actually have found four solutions on-line, all of that haven't worked. I'm running Windows Vista thirty two with SP2 Beta, Outlook 2007, and web Explorer eight. Here is what I actually have tried.

1. Restoring web Explorer defaults through web choices and ensuring web Explorer has all defaults through Default Programs.

2. Importing the registry entry from another pc as described within the link higher than (also referenced in Microsoft KB).

3. Registering services through Run, regsvr32 Shdocvw.dll, urlmon.dll, Mshtml.dll, Shell32.dll, Actxprxy.dll, Oleaut32.dll.

a) All of those are successful except Shdocvw.dll and Mshtml.dll that provide me the subsequent error:

"The Module "Shdocvw.dll" was loaded however the entry-point DllRegisterServer wasn't found. Make sure that "Shdocvw.dll" may be a valid DLL or OCX file and then strive once more."

b) Shdocvw.dll and Mshtml.dll are valid DLL files within the folder SYSTEM32.

4. Ensuring that file associations for "URL:HyperText Transfer Protocol" is related to web Explorer eight.

Any further facilitate would be greatly appreciated, because the copying and pasting of links from email solely works ninetieth of the time.

If you are using the Windows Vista, try the following steps:

For Windows Vista:

  • Click begin, and click on Default Programs.
  • Click Set program access and laptop defaults.
  • Click Custom, choose net Explorer and click on OK.
  • Close and re-open Microsoft Outlook.
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Allowing email links in MS Outlook 2007?

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In Microsoft Office Outlook, it is normal for a message to contain links. When you click on the link in the message, it will automatically open your web browser and open the link there. Now, when you click a link included in the email message and it prompts you with an error saying that you need administrative privileges to modify the settings that is not normal.

That means the link embedded on the message is not a URL pointing to the web but a path that will modify or launch something on your computer. The message you received is probably a spam and the link is intended to put something on your computer without your knowledge. Things like this are sometimes the cause of getting a computer infected or allowing an attacker to steal valuable information from your computer.

Whenever you receive unsolicited emails or messages that came from senders you do not know, don’t attempt to follow any links it possibly contains. Also, if the unknown email has an attached file, don’t try downloading and opening it because most of the time it contains a script if not a virus.

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