Windows 10: Outlook 2010 truncates links when using IE as default browser
Outlook 2010 truncates links when using IE as default browser
Since upgrading to Windows 10 - When I set IE as my defaultbrowser and click on a link in Outlook 2010 some links will open and some ofthe longer links (more than approximately 25 characters give or take) aretruncated. So IE only sees part of the link and I get a “webpage cannot befound error” message. However if I set my default browser to Firefox links openas expected. Obviously I must have something set incorrectly. Can anyone make asuggestion as to what I am doing incorrectly? Thank you and have a great day.
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