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FIXED – Outlook links can't be opened. Your organization policies are preventing us ..


  1. Old Fart
    Old Fart May 23, 2019

    Finally! Thank you so much for this answer to my problem. It worked flawlessly. Thanks again!!

  2. Scott Sanchez
    Scott Sanchez May 23, 2019

    My work computer has been completely shutting me out of opening links for months. I thought it was a policy of our company. Turns out I just needed to implement these steps and now I am a happy employee again with a functioning Outlook!


  3. Thomas Moila
    Thomas Moila May 23, 2019

    Thank you. I have been looking for a fix for this for ages. Worked great…… thanks again.

  4. Chris Gardner
    Chris Gardner May 23, 2019

    I thought I followed instructions like these once before and changed it to Chromehtml but it didn't work so I was looking at this one and there was one little change in the instructions and when I went to the value it said FIREFOXhtml, I have no idea how that happened but I changed it to CHROMEhtml and it finally worked! So Thanks! I hope the other value I changed to CHROMEhtml won't cause me any issues.

  5. malayneum
    malayneum May 23, 2019

    great video. unlike all the others. would be better if you can also include the summary in the description for advanced users.

  6. Ryan Nichols
    Ryan Nichols May 23, 2019

    Thank!. I couldn't remember what to change the .html entry to.
    Appreciate the video!

  7. S N
    S N May 23, 2019

    "Great" i have been looking for a year . just for info its because of uc browser i guess it happened to me

  8. Delicious Fitness
    Delicious Fitness May 23, 2019

    Why in the world does this even happen anyways. It's working fine and then out of nowhere has this problem?

  9. Prkidbb
    Prkidbb May 23, 2019

    Thanks for the video instructions. Got my links back. I like the fact you also typed out the commands.

  10. feinstei
    feinstei May 23, 2019

    Thank you! Worked great for opening links in Outlook 2013 and Windows 10 Build 1803 (OS Build 17134.590) which is current as of 16-February-2019…

  11. Dave Catlin
    Dave Catlin May 23, 2019

    Hi it didn't work for me "htmlfile" was already there. Any moresuggestions?

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