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There can be more to creating a link than just typing the address
Any Internet address that you type into an Outlook message or other item becomes a hotlink that other Outlook users can use to get quickly to that resource.
For messages sent to non-Outlook users, the recipients' e-mail software determines whether the links are hot or not. Most e-mail software today supports hotlinks.
Just typing an Internet e-mail address does not create a hotlink that Outlook users can click on; you need to use the fully qualified URL with the mailto: or http:// prefix.
Outlook folders and items can also be added as hyperlinks in messages and other items.
Using Hyperlinks to Access Outlook Folders and Items
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