Internet Explorer Script Error


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Andy Siegel

I have a website folder in Outlook with a few sub-folders to specific
websites (3). On two of the websites that I'm pointing to, when I click on
it, I get a series of Internet Explorer Script Errors that I need to click
through in order to display the webpage. Heaven forbid I click on a link on
that site. I know in IE, I can tell it to ignore script errors, but I don't
see where I can do that in Outlook. This makes it very convenient for me to
check a few sites that I need to look at frequently during the day without
having to open up IE, but the convenience factor is removed if I have to
click "Yes" ten times to display the page.

Thanks for any ideas,
Andy Siegel
Dover, DE
 
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Brian Tillman [MVP - Outlook]

I have a website folder in Outlook with a few sub-folders to specific
websites (3). On two of the websites that I'm pointing to, when I click on
it, I get a series of Internet Explorer Script Errors that I need to click
through in order to display the webpage. Heaven forbid I click on a link on
that site. I know in IE, I can tell it to ignore script errors, but I don't
see where I can do that in Outlook. This makes it very convenient for me to
check a few sites that I need to look at frequently during the day without
having to open up IE, but the convenience factor is removed if I have to
click "Yes" ten times to display the page.
Outlook is not a web browser and won't run active content. Why are you
browsing web sites using a tool that wasn't made to reference web sites? Use
a real web browser.
 
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Michael Baker

i've been plagued by this problem for years because for some reason insist on staying with Outlook Express
do the following:
open internet explorer
click tools>internet options
go to the "security" tab then click internet
now click the button that says "custom level"
now scroll down all the way near the bottom you'll find under "Scripting" is "Active Scripting"
set this to "disable"
hit OK and Apply it it should instantly fix your problem even without restarting anything

note: I only really recommend this method if you don't use internet explorer for your general browsing anyway, and like me use Firefox for your internet browsing, on a related note if you ever come across a page that doesn't work properly in anything but internet explorer then use the IE Tab add-on for Firefox ;)

//michael



Andy Siegel wrote:

Internet Explorer Script Error
23-Nov-09

I have a website folder in Outlook with a few sub-folders to specifi
websites (3). On two of the websites that I am pointing to, when I click o
it, I get a series of Internet Explorer Script Errors that I need to clic
through in order to display the webpage. Heaven forbid I click on a link o
that site. I know in IE, I can tell it to ignore script errors, but I do no
see where I can do that in Outlook. This makes it very convenient for me t
check a few sites that I need to look at frequently during the day withou
having to open up IE, but the convenience factor is removed if I have t
click "Yes" ten times to display the page

Thanks for any ideas
Andy Siege
Dover, DE

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Internet Explorer Script Error
I have a website folder in Outlook with a few sub-folders to specifi
websites (3). On two of the websites that I am pointing to, when I click o
it, I get a series of Internet Explorer Script Errors that I need to clic
through in order to display the webpage. Heaven forbid I click on a link o
that site. I know in IE, I can tell it to ignore script errors, but I do no
see where I can do that in Outlook. This makes it very convenient for me t
check a few sites that I need to look at frequently during the day withou
having to open up IE, but the convenience factor is removed if I have t
click "Yes" ten times to display the page

Thanks for any ideas
Andy Siege
Dover, DE

Outlook is not a web browser and will not run active content.
Outlook is not a web browser and will not run active content. Why are yo
browsing web sites using a tool that was not made to reference web sites? Us
a real web browser
-
Brian Tillman [MVP-Outlook]


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