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Since my daugther added an anti virus to computer I cannot open links in an email
You have to go into the anti virus settings and adjust the settings
for your emails
Posted on Nov 02, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It means you've got a corrupted file.
This is usually is a malware that is deleting the js3250 file.
"Go to C:\Windows\System32\ipv6monl.dll and delete it. Reinstall Firefox and it will work fine."
Posted on May 26, 2008
It appears that you are trying to open a document that is linked (attached) to an email and the file is not assiciated with an application in Windows. The file's extention (.DOC, .PDF, .TXT, etc.) will tell you for the most part what application you need installed on your computer to get the file to open. If you post that file extension, we may be able to steer you more. So - you need to be sure the appication is installed. Also - if you "know" that the application that should be opening your file "is" installed, then you may just need to make the "association" from My Computer by using... Tools > Folder Options and the File Types tab to coreect the issue.
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
If you are using an on-line email service check your settings. It might be possible to enable that. If you are using software such as Outlook or Outlook Express enable the choice to receive and view your email as html or rich text instead of view as text.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
Links in an email in the Junk folder will never work. It is set this way to protect you. However if you are clicking a link in an email in the Inbox, right click the link and then click "Open Hyperlink". Once you do that the links on emails in your Inbox should work from now on. If not, is IE your default browser? If not make it so. If that does not work open Internet Options >> Control Panel >> Programs Tab >> Reset Web Settings.
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
The problem is not with your computer or your browser. You are saying 2 links opened. The other 2 did not open. It is quite common different links point to the same URL. The reason it did not open was because there is some mistake in the URl. Another reason could be that your browser is setup to block certain type of websites.
Hope this will help you.
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
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