I get the attached response when I try to follow a tracking link in an email from eBay. Using Outlook 2013. My account is a personal one and no organization is involved.
Any ideas why?
Try using a different browser..... FIrefox..... Falkon.... Opera. and see if it still happens..
Maybe it is a "setting" that has gone "rogue" during an update on your browser...
@daveplus Just following on from @shutter - if this is a Hotmail addy, have you tried to follow the link via the Hotmail browser link, rather than via Outlook? I keep reading and hearing that the program can be a bit 'picky' - no personal experience as I haven't used MS programs wherever there is a less complicated alternative. 😄
@daveplus you could also download, and install..... Open Office..... or the other version Libre Office,
Which are not MS products,... but are supposed to be "compatible" with MS Office and work in the same way.
This would negate the same situation happening again.
Incidentally, it might be worth downloading and installing Both... because the have slightly different ways of working on the page input ... and you may be more "familiar" with one, than the other...
Difficult to explain.. but give them both a try out and see what you think.
20-07-2021 3:27 PM - edited 20-07-2021 3:28 PM
20-07-2021 3:53 PM - edited 20-07-2021 3:55 PM
Thanks for asking that because I think that I might have but not sure when!. But last week I upgraded my main installation to Windows 11 so that may be relevant. It has some quirks but is very stable and runs all my main applications. Will report the outcome.