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luckman212

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  1. helix- If I follow word-for-word your updated instructions in the first post, it does not work for me. the path I am trying to link to is: C:\Users\John Smith\Documents\Virtual Machines\Ubuntu clicking on this link from within EN does absolutely nothing on my system. as I mentioned before, shortening the URL to just C:\Users\John Smith\ does work, but it's as if EN can "go no further" down the path-- anything extra beyond the user folder (e.g. Favorites, Documents, Desktop etc) results in a dead link.
  2. I'm glad some people have found kludgy workarounds but this needs to be fixed in a way that doesn't require manual tinkering with the URLs.
  3. Yes, it creates a blue underlined link, but clicking it does nothing. I'm running Win7 x64, and yes I am logged on with Administrator privs.
  4. Yes, there's something nutty going on here. I can make a link to C:\ and that opens just fine. C:\Users\ works too. even C:\Users\John Smith\ (well, C:\Users\John%20Smith ) but ... C:\Users\John%20Smith\Documents\ does NOT work. ?????
  5. I solved these kinds of problems by just brute-force deleting the registry keys that enable the Outlook add-ins. There are 4 keys (that I am aware of) on 64-bit systems where Outlook add-ins can be loaded. Just monitor these and remove what you want and you can say goodbye to bloat & crash-prone addins. 32-bit systems will not have the Wow6432Node key. Also, 14.0 is for Outlook 2010. If you're using 2007, I think the key is 12.0. YMMV. HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\14.0\Outlook\Addins HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\Outlook\Addins HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\Outlook\Addins HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Office\Outlook\Addins
  6. +1 on this. The auto-set note title is 99.99% never what I actually want to name the note. Would like them to just remain blank until I specifically title them.
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