moderated Re: In Outlook, how do I "Click here to view in web browser?"
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I use these “Click here to view in browser” links regularly.
Maybe I am confusing the issue here, but I often see these when they contain some sort of image with text in it.
Although it says “click this link to see this email in your browser”,
I find that even clicking and opening the link within the browser still does not give me access to the imaged text within the link.
I get a lot of these from my landlord regarding my apartment.
Please advise as you like.
Ph: 618 783 9331
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Ed Culpepper
Sent: Tuesday, May 10, 2022 3:41 PM
Subject: Re: In Outlook, how do I "Click here to view in web browser?"
I use these “Click here to view in browser” links regularly. I have almost always found the suggestion to be a link that I can focus and then press “Enter” or click with the numpad left click key. Edge opens as my default browser, and the message content always loads as a standard Edge webpage. In the Outlook message I can focus the “Click here…” suggestion link by tab/alt-tab as with any other link that may be included in the e-mail message body.
J Edward Culpepper, PhD