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|Some of you have reported you cannot click
links in Outlook Express. This may be because your Outlook Express DLL files have become
"de-registered", corrupted, or missing. Or it may be because you've installed
another email program, made it the default, and then wanted to return to using Outlook
Express. In any case here are two tips that can help you get Outlook Express working
Tip #2 (This was featured in InfoAve Premium
If you've ever changed default email programs and then returned to using Outlook Express you may find you're unable to click hyperlinks in email. Damaged or missing entries in the Windows registry can prevent Outlook Express from being recognized as the default e-mail client. That it turn can cause odd behavior when clicking an e-mail link to a Web page. If you are having a problem clicking links in email, follow the instructions below to re-register Outlook Express:
1. Click Start, and then click Run.
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