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Good Morning,

How would I insert a link in an email message on hotmail. Copy & paste does not seem to work it will show up on the email, but it does not work like a windows link. Is there a solution beside switching to osx system mail?

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o.k.,

Is this a taboo subject or no answer yet?

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While it does not change color and underline itself, it looks and works just like a link at the receiving end.

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Thank You,

I am trying to learn a lot in a little time. I appreciate the help.

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