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I just installed IE7 on XP SP2. Now whenever I click on a link in an email in Outlook, a search box appears titled "locate link browser". It defaults to showing My Documents folders. This behavior only started when IE7 was installed. How do I get past this? Thanks for your help!
Do you have more then one browser installed and\or is IE the default?
Haven't seen that with IE7 and Outlook (haven't recieved an e-mail with a hyperlink yet) but it's asking you to choose a browser to open the link with. When it does that, navigate to IE's executable (Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe) and click ok. I would imagine there would be an "Always open with" option there as well.