keithfb- I would suggest you to try this on your Outlook exchange emailbox you go to File>Options> Mail> Message format> and set to Convert to HTML format.
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again, the OP needs to contact his or her IT department. they setup the policies for exchange. this is clear when the op says he or she can access links in other non activesynced accounts.
the version of activsync on the lte may have different policies that need to be adapted to versus legacy versions on prior handsets.
contact your IT dept and see if they will relax their policy and allow links to be clicked on in e-mails.
Exchange admin (not OP's) here. Which Exchange policy setting? There are quite a few. Also, since $false hints at PowerShell syntax, I'm guessing the information you've got is specific to Exchange 2007/2010 -- what if this issue occurs on Exchange 2003? And finally, what of the fact that everything I'm seeing suggests this issue is HTC-specific (i.e. no problem with HTML mail on Galaxy S II or Transformer Prime)?
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