Broken links in emails

  Hetti 18:51 27 Jan 2010

When I click on a link from an email I get
click here
Im useing outlook express6 at the moment, Vista home.
Can anyone advise me please?

  Hetti 19:05 27 Jan 2010

just tried the "click here" on my post above, it dos'ent work the address is (Im not sure if you will be able to see the address but heres hoping

  Sea Urchin 19:06 27 Jan 2010

Is this on one particular link - or on any link

  Hetti 19:09 27 Jan 2010

any link in all emails

  ame 19:17 27 Jan 2010

Hmmmm....Why are you not using Windows Mail which is what came with Vista a year ago? I have Outlook Express on my XP pc and Windows Mail on my Vista laptop. You can change to Windows mail and import your outlook express stuff, I reckon. Having said that, I only look at my mail on my desktop, using OE, but they look similar.

  Sea Urchin 19:24 27 Jan 2010

So now I'm confused - are you saying that every link you click on in an email you get the tradedoubler website?

And just as a mater of interest - how did you get OE in Vista?

  Hetti 19:24 27 Jan 2010

Sry, ame it is win mail im using,

  Hetti 19:25 27 Jan 2010

Sea Urchin
I think the above answer your question, (silly me)

  ame 19:27 27 Jan 2010

If what you are saying is that you get directed to this site whatever the link is in any e-mail, then you have malware on your computer, surely. If so, what antivirus and/or or antispyware are you running?

  Hetti 19:35 27 Jan 2010

I have kaspersky internet security, and Malwarebytes, (Im running this at the moment Ill let you know the result asap).
I get directed there, but it is just a blank page it has a small "Done" in the bottem left hand side of the blank page.

  ame 19:41 27 Jan 2010

Sorry Sea Urchin. Your go next......!

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