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Default Outlook 2013 Web Links Won't Work & Not Using Explorer

Hi

I am using Outlook 2013 on Windows7. I have recently moved from using Chrome browser to Firefox. For some reason now, when I click a link in a mail in Outlook a box now says "Your oranisations policies are preventing us from completing this action, please contact your help desk".

I can find solutions to tinker with the registry and set Explorer as the default browser (microsoft also have a tool which aparently does the job). However I want to fix it so as links open in Firefox.



Any (hopefully simple) ideas anyone?

Thanks
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