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Hyperlinks not working in Windows Live Mail

Hyperlinks not working in Windows Live Mail
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My OS is Win 7 32 bit with all updates and IE9 installed.

Today hyperlinks in Windows Live Mail emails that normally work, such as those in newsletters from PC World, no longer function, and the only way I can get to the linked article is bycopying the hyperlink and pasting it into the IE9 address bar.

WLM and IE9 have all their defaults.
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