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What should I do to make links posted by/to myself in an e-mail turn "blue and clickable", like they always are if I use IE?

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Links to web-sites are not "clickable" in e-mails from me. E-mails sent to me are clickable sometimes, I think it depends on if the "sender" is using Firefox or not. I have to copy the link and paste it into the address bar/field. When I use IE the links are always "blue and clickable".

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i think this really depends on the sender if the sender just types www.domain.com then the link doesnt become "clickable" but if the sender put http://www.domain.com then it should become "clickable"

hope this helps a little let me know how you get on with this

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There is usually a toolbar button in the editor to turn a text link into a clickable hyperlink (look for a chain like button).
You can select the text and click that button to turn the link into a clickable hyperlink.
If you can't find the button then hover them all to check the tooltip of each.
The script that automatically makes a link clickable in IE usually doesn't work in Firefox.

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No, that's not the problem. I always copy the full address from the address bar before I paste it in my e-mail. But the following sentence may be the main explanation to the problem:

"The script that automatically makes a link clickable in IE usually doesn't work in Firefox."

I got that answer from another person on this forum.