I'm running Windows 7 Home 64-bit with Office & Outlook 2010. I have automatic updates activated and am using the Windows firewall. AV products are McAfee, Spyware Doctor, and MS Security Essentials.The problem is that, when I click on a link in Outlook, the link doesn't open the browser. There is no error message, just the scrolling color bar that is supposed to indicate something is happening.I've tried waiting several minutes to see if an error message would come up, but haven't seen one yet. Eventually, I shut down Outlook and reboot the system.Upon reboot, when I go back into Outlook and click on the same link, it works every time. Once the computer has been up and running for a while, the problem reappears
I'm the net admin for a small network. One of my users has a problem that has just started today, apparently. When emailed a link to a file on the internal network, from another user on this same network, clicking on the link simply gives an error about it not being allowed. (This operation has been cancelled due to restrictions in effect on this computer. contact your system administrator.)
All users are admins on their own local boxes. This user could perform this function prior to today. There is no problem with the structure of the link, nor with security for the file in question. (I first verified that the user has access to the file, and he does, he can navigate via Windows Explorer to the location, open the file, even has write access to that location)
Even when creating an email, and not using a masked link, but a full UNC path, the 'Crtl click' to go to the location results in the same error.
I tried removing spaces from the file name, same error. I tried typing out a link to a share (not a file), one that has no spaces and I know he has access to, same error.
This represents a significant problem. My users need to be able to send links to internal locations and files, and not attachments (for multiple reasons).
I have a new Dell Inspiron 14Z running windows 7 pro 64bit and i'm using Microsoft office 2010. I'm trying to retrieve archived emails that i backed up on an external hard drive from a previous computer, the files are .pst which is an outlook format but i keep on getting an error message saying the file is not an Outlook data file (.pst). i dont have any other way to retrieve these emails since they were deleted from the server and its about 1.5 years of work emails. Not sure what to do? should i move the files from the external driver to a different location on the computer and open them, or are they corrupted and need to be fixed?
I have Win7 64bit OS & Office 2003 which I have been using perfectly ok but a couple of days ago it stopped editing emails in word I reloaded Office & then Avast was not found so I reloaded that but I now can't open a link from email.When i do click on a link I get the following message "this operation has been canceled due to the restrictions in effect on this computer. contact your system administator" I am the system administator?Also I have not been able to update Office 2003 & some other updates.
When I try to open a web hyperlink in my Outlook 2003 mail, I get a pop up saying it is "denied due to security settings on this computer." I can open hyperlinks in Hot Mail just fine. I have Windows 7. I have tried to change all my security settings but nothing will allow me to open links in Outlook mail. I started having this problem after I upgraded from XP to Windows 7.
i am running windows 7 64 bit i have microsoft office 2010 minus outlook, so i have just bought outlook 2010, installed it,but every time i try to open now i get a pop up saying the server is unavailable?
I'm running Windows 7 Professional 64-bit and Microsoft Home and Office 2010. Everything was working fine yesterday, but when I came back to work today and attempted to open Outlook 2010, I instantly received a message saying: "Outlook failed to launch in safe mode. Do you want to start repair?" If you try to open it again, it opens a second process of OUTLOOK.EXE*32 in the Task Manager. Here is what I've already tried to do while troubleshooting:
- Restarted the computer - Performed a MS Office Repair, it completed, rebooted (Did this twice) - Uninstalled MS Office 2010, rebooted, reinstalled it, rebooted, but same problem occurred - Verified that the other Office programs work (Word, Excel, etc) - Tried to run "outlook.exe /resetnavpane"
I'm currently stumped at the moment. I cannot even access the profiles through Control Panel > Mail.
Our clients are Windows 7, 64bit, with IE9. We have a SharePoint 2007 farm (Windows 2003 Servers) and we would like to store EML files inside Document Libraries. When a user clicks on an EML file we would like to open the file in Outlook 2010. We have set the file association to open the EML files through Outlook in Windows but the files when a user clicks on an eml file are opened through IE9.
I have been using Office 2007 and have just purchased Office 2010. Installed it today and all seemed to install Ok except when I went to open Outlook I received the message: "Cannot start Microsoft Outlook. Cannot open the Outlook window. The set of folders cannot be opened. The operation failed.The messaging interfaces have returned an unknown error.If problems persist, restart Outlook. Outlook cannot open this item. The item may be damaged" There are then buttons for "Repair Tool" or "Cancel" In "Repair Tool", a box then comes up asking: "Enter the name of the file you want to scan" Where do I find this? Should I delete this new installation and start again? If I do, will I loose all my e-mail files including Address Book?
I'm running Outlook 2010 with about 5 separate POP 3 accounts. I archive regularly and compact after archiving. After a lot of trouble cloning a new C drive to an SSD, Outlook, along with a lot of other software, began acting strangely. Everything has pretty much been resolved except for the Outlook problem.
For no reason I can isolate, Outlook will suddenly close, giving the message that it had to close and it will now try to retrieve my data. It does so, unless I was in the middle of composing an email - that will be gone! Sometimes, instead of closing, it freezes and says application not responding.
I checked the disk for errors using scan now and it's fine. I've run memtest and it's fine. I've run in safe mode and it just shut down with no comments. In working my way through suggestions on this board, I just ran Sysinternals Process Explorer until the error occurred and went back to normal. In looking at Process Explorer, I'm afraid the actual data is overwhelming to me. However, I'll attach everything I have.
I've been trying to create a Task in Outlook from a Word Document that I have created on this computer. The idea is that a shortcut to the document is created as an Outlook Task. Click on the shortcut, and voila - there is the document.The "Create Microsoft Office Task" icon DOES send the document to Outlook as a Shortcut in a Task, however, when I open the task, Outlook says:"Outlook blocked access to the following potentially unsafe attachments: Shortcut to 'document name'."It's NOT an unsafe attachment; Outlook WILL OPEN this document if I send it as an email attachment. Outlook will open .docx files types.
I am trying to move one pst file from one laptop which has Outlook 2010 32 bit to another laptop which has Outlook 2010 64 bit installed, steps taken 1) Copied the pst file from the User/AppData/Microsoft/Outlook folder to usb. 2) Pasted the file from usb into User/Documents folder. 3) Tried to open the file in Outlook and I get the error that Outlook encountered errors while opening the file. Now how is that possible when the file is working perfectly in one laptop but when I copy and paste it into another it gets corrupted? Is it due to 32 bit to 64 bit outlook? I tried to repair it using scanpst and it brought back few mails?
I am using Outlook 2007 for email. All of a sudden, I can't click on any links without getting the following message:
"This operation has been canceled due to restriction in effect on this computer. Please contact your system administrator"
I AM the sys admin! I had this problem once before due to an automatic update from Microsoft. After switching to Thunderbird email, the problem resolved itself (likely with another auto update from Microsoft).
I'd actually rather use another email program, but my wife's email setup REQUIRES Outlook 2007, or so we're told.
Outlook displays the following message when I click on a link in email: "This operation has been canceled due to restrictions in effect on this computer. Please contact your system administrator." I sometimes wish I had a 'system administrator'. This is just my home pc. I can't think of any changes I made. This is Outlook 7 on Windows 7 Home Premium.
When I write emails in Outlook 2007 and write a link it looks like it is not active but when I read the email after sending, I can see that the link is active since it is underlined www.example.link but when I write it it is not underlined [URL]
Why is that and how can I change it so it looks active when writing it? Some of the people receiving my emails says the links are not active so they have to copy/paste the links into their browser.??
I've been having trouble opening links from one webpage to another. If while browsing I come across a link and click it, it just opens a blank page. At times I have to refresh the adress bar of the newly opened tab to get what I want and at other times it doesn't wrk at all.
This has affected my browsing much that I dont feel like using IE anymore but I do like IE.
W7 Home Premium+SP1; AVG 2012; Adaware 9.0.7; SpyBot 1.6.2. Firefox 7.0.1; (I.E. 9 - not often used). Broadband connection ethernet - Yacom.I installed the Firefox on 30.9.2011 I installed the latest AVG 2012 on 10.10. 2011 I am not sure if it is because of or coincidently, but my internet browsing has been seriously affected. This has been happening for a few (? 3,4 )days, but has worsened since the installation of the new AVG.Where I would previously have put a subject into the browser, and the page appeared with a choice of links, a click on one of them would have immediately taken me to that link.Now, I have to wait for sometimes 25 to 30 seconds to get to the link and even not be allowed to go to the link - it won't open.I have deleted and re-installed my Firefox and my AVG, but this still happens.My security scans are done weekly with each programme but on different days - no two scans are done on the same day. At present, there is nothing untoward evident in my computer, an AVG scan was done last evening - 10.10.2011 only cookies were detected.
When I click on a link in mail, Chrome opens, and the page sits there loading forever.If I copy the link from the top of the page and paste it into a new tab it opens instantly, while the other page is still sitting there loading.This is exactly the same link it both tabs!
I am running IE9 with Windows 7 on a new HP630 notebook PC.In IE9 I can open the first window to whatever shop but when I press on a link to try to go further into the sites the relative window does not open.
I use Windows 7 professional version, MS Outlook 2003, and have as my default browser Mozilla Firefox version 11.0.When I try and open any link in my email, I get an error message which says, " This operation has been cancelled due to restrictions in effect on this computer. Please contact your system administrator".
I just noticed this problem now since my new computer, but when I click on internet links to PNG files, it won't open the PNG in internet explorer, but give me the prompt to download or open in default program (which I set as MS Paint), I've looked for solutions online but they are all badly outdated (some going as far back as 2000) or don't apply to Internet Explorer 9.
My laptop suddenly stopped opening hyperlinks. I noticed when googling and got to a white page that said it could not open and had "doubleclick" in the error message. So, I am assuming I somehow have some virus, although I'm not sure how, since it worked fine the day before, and the only sites I was on the day is my work email (secure) and my online school (secure). Didn't even check gmail. I ran spybot and asqaured and didnt find anything.
First of all before you all call me stupid and tell me to search, I have already done that and it did not work?I restarted the computer?I checked file associations?I reset the file associations?I Checked all the program defaults?I edited the registry by using the files here: [URL]?