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Is there a way to stop email clients like Microsoft Outlook to stop creating hyperlinks in the email subject? I know we can stop them for email body, but I need to make them stop in the subject line as well. Any help would be much appreciated! Thanks, Natalia

share|improve this question… This might help? – user129226 Apr 19 '12 at 23:57
Does it create a hyperlink or does it just view one? There's a difference, especially with non-outlook clients, they might not view it as a hyperlink. You can check the message source of such an email if you want to know. – Andreas May 15 '12 at 13:07

Very interesting... It should be in File/Options/Mail/[Spelling and Autocorrect]/[Autocorrect Options] then untick under [Autoformat] and [Autoformat as you Type] the 'Internet and network paths with hyperlinks'.

Yet it doesn't! One to throw at Microsoft i would suggest! :)

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