19. June 2017 · Write a comment · Categories: Uncategorized
Whenever a 'raw' IP address (like this one: http://204.181.18.225:6556/) appears in the text of an incoming email message in Windows Live Mail, the listing in the message list appears in red, with the need to 'unblock' the message before it can be replied to or forwarded.  This is probably a safety feature, but in a work environment where IP addresses are bandied about indiscriminately, it's a royal pain to have to unblock these messages over and over again as the message text is repeated in replies.  Is there a way to turn this safety feature off?

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