Outlook Express is a desktop email client that aggregates your email accounts into one location. Some users find using Outlook Express easier than managing different accounts over multiple email services. Outlook Express' convenient features simplify and in some instances make sending email, attachments, and links easier with a familiar interface.
Things You'll Need
- Outlook Express
Open Outlook Express on your computer.
Select "New" or "Compose" from the toolbar.
From the toolbar or "File" menu, click "Insert" and then select "Hyperlink."
Enter or paste the address to the link you want to send into the input box titled "Address." If you want different text to appear, you can input it in the "Text to Display" input box.
Compose the rest of your email and select your recipient and click "Send."
Tips & Warnings
- If the link you are trying to send is a simple one and you don't have the need to change the display text, you can type the address out and outlook will automatically change it to a hyperlink for you.
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