Outlook is probably doing something funny to the data it's passing to Firefox when you click on a link. And just a quick aside, but it's NEVER a good idea to click on a link directly in an email. ALWAYS copy and paste it into the browser to avoid being hit by some kind of phishing scam.
If you only need the email function of Outlook, you'd probably be better off with Thunderbird or some other email program. If you also use the calendar functions, you can try Mozilla Sunbird or the Lightning extension for Thunderbird to get the majority of the same functionality.
I have a strange problem with Outlook 2003 and Mozilla Firefox browser.
When I receive an email with a internet link and I click the link two browser windows open, one to my default home page, the other one to the link. Sometimes one of the Firefox browser windows will be no bigger than the little firefox icon and the three window controls.
Does anyone have an idea how I can fix this?
I have a HP Pavilion with dual core processor (2.0 GHz, 960 MB RAM (shared video causes that strange 960 #), running Windowx XP Media Center 2005. Mozilla Firefox is my default browser.
Thanks in advance for your replies.