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I opened up a fresh window, navigated to the network drive; all new links would now show up correctly.
When inserting a link to a file on a mapped network share, the link is automatically converted to a UNC path.
As a result this machine cannot be used to edit these shared workbooks, as if it saves it, it no longer points to the correct workbook on the network (eg it won't point to \\networkdata\excel\shared, but instread will refer to the location machine) Any ideas?
When a source data workbook is linked, the link is established based on the way that the workbook was opened.
The machine has the path mapped as a drive, eg H:\ (\networkdata\excel\shared), so opening a file from here will give the path H:\data
I came across this article online which seems to talk about a similar issue- but has the network location mapped exactly the same, as the same drive letter.
Our Human Resource department for instance does this in bulk and sends out a standardized email to all of the users at once with the H:\-drive reference.
Is there a way to configure Outlook that the drive path reference to the mapped network share is kept and that it won’t be converted to a UNC path?
When you compose your message in Plain Text and type the link, the link will remain intact as it is based on what it written in text and there is nothing going on “behind the text”. Also, for Outlook to convert typed links in Plain Text messages to actual clickable links, the receiver needs to have that specific Auto Format option enabled (which is the default).