BT/Yahoo Browser

  manrow 06:07 06 Nov 08

I use BT/Yahoo's browser as my main email provider. Recently regardless of which computer I log onto, when posting a URL in any text message it no longer highlights and hence do not appear to be clickable as they used to be months ago?

Is this something I have inadvertently selected?

  mooly 07:33 06 Nov 08

Send an email with a link in it to yourself and see how it opens.
Are you pasting URL's into your email ?

  manrow 07:37 06 Nov 08


I have just tried and the URL link is not active in the received email?

  Rahere 09:22 06 Nov 08

have you inadvertently switched email settings to plain text mode? This usually means no fancy fonts or styles (bold italic etc) unavailable....

  manrow 10:56 06 Nov 08


Didn't know it was possible to change it until now; but no it is not that I'm afraid!

  Rahere 11:01 06 Nov 08

I'm not familiar with BT/Yahoo's browser - does this provide web based email or is there an email program installed on your pc?

  manrow 21:31 06 Nov 08


Yes it is BT/Yahoo's own email browser.

  Zeppelyn 21:55 06 Nov 08

BT/Yahoo browser is based on internet exolorer, have you tried logging in using IE and if so do you get same result.

I dont use BT bloatware myself but just checked on other halfs PC and it works fine.

  UncleP 10:09 07 Nov 08

It's not a security measure, is it? It's often recommended that you don't click on URLs in e-mails. May be an option somewhere to ensure you or your family don't do it accidentally.

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