the links are authorized by Microsoft - that is part of their office
marketplace feature. The best thing to do is be aware of the url you are
being redirected to - the sales are not done on a microsoft.com site but on
the sellers on domain.
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"Peter T. Rivera" <Peter T. Rivera@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
>I have aq problem with "dulpicate emails" in Outlook 2003 so I click on the
> "Microsoft Outlook Help" and saw the link to a "Duplicate Email Remover."
> After clicking on the link, I was sent to a page where I can purchace the
> "add on." After my purchase, I received a message that it might take 36
> hours to get an email for instructions to download the product since this
> "person" is in Portugal. I thougt that I was purchacing a product from
> Microsoft or one of their affiliates.
> I recommend that you check out the "Microsoft Outlook Help" feature and
> if the links are authorized by Microsoft. It this one is authorized,
> let me know so I can be more careful next time before trusting anything I
> from Microsoft. Generally, I trust everything form Microsoft without
> This post is a suggestion for Microsoft, and Microsoft responds to the
> suggestions with the most votes. To vote for this suggestion, click the "I
> Agree" button in the message pane. If you do not see the button, follow
> link to open the suggestion in the Microsoft Web-based Newsreader and then
> click "I Agree" in the message pane.