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Windows 7: how to get rid of this extremely aggravating popup?

03 Oct 2017   #11
Ranger4

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit sp1
 
 

Does this website help you with finding out how to do it.

How to: Disable auto hyperlink in Word 2007..


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04 Oct 2017   #12
alientrader1

Windows 7 Ultimate
 
 
"Click to follow link" only in Outlook 2007

Thanks Ranger4, but this didn't do it either. Maybe "disable auto hyperlink: in Word 2007

is not what I'm looking for. I just know that this popup is driving me crazy. I think that

I read somewhere that you cannot disable this in Word 2007/2010. Who knows?


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09 Nov 2017   #13
GEWB

Linux (Mint is primary) / XP, Win7 Home / Win7 Pro, Ultimate / Win8.1 / Win10 archived VM
 
 

In the Oct 1 post you stated "...and this only happens in Outlook 2007 e-mail." So this popup happens with one or more emails in Outlook, correct? As stated in other replies, Outlook shows this as a security concern.

Now, what is this? I followed some leads from your screen shot, specificly customer.io which is used to track real-time customer behavior, send targeted marketing, etc. It looks like your hyperlink is embedded in an email to send your data somewhere and Outlook is blocking it (probably a good thing).

Ways to get rid of the pop up include using a different mail client that allows the silent embedded behavior or blocks it without a warning, or you could copy the email as plain text and create a text document, then send it to yourself and delete the original.

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GEWB
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