What Is the Domain Specified Is Not Available Error?
The “Domain Specified” error message pops up when your computer thinks you’re using an unauthorized…
Are you dealing with the ‘this action is not allowed as per the corporate policy’ error message? Depending on your Outlook version, and the web browser you’re using, the reason you’re dealing with the issue cause can differ.
Read ahead to find out some fixes, along with all the reasons the error pops up.
Various problems can cause the error. Most of the time, though, it’s due to the web browser that you’re using. Outlook won’t open hyperlinks if you’ve set a third-party browser as your default browser. Fixing this is easy – you can bring Internet Explorer back.
We’ve discussed the other reasons why the issue arises, along with some fixes below.
Did you recently replace Internet Explorer with a third-party browser? Undoing this should help.
Here’s what you do:
We recommend restarting your PC afterward. The problem should be fixed now. If it isn’t, we’ve run through some other solutions.
At the same time, the issue could be due to your Internet Explorer settings being incorrect. You probably meddled with them and forgot to change them back.
Fixing this can be a bit of work. We’ve divided the process into two parts.
Here’s part 1:
There are a couple of repair software that you can use. EasyFix is the best, especially if you’re using an older OS version.
All you have to do is:
Before we move on to our last fix, we recommend updating your operating system. If you’re dealing with a stubborn bug, this would help.
Make sure you have a stable internet connection first, though. Errors can pop up otherwise. Also, you will need enough space to download the new firmware file.
Here’s what you do:
Whatever you do, don’t disconnect mid-way. Your PC might get stuck on a boot loop. Hopefully, the outlook bug will be gone now.
Did none of the above fixes work? Try contacting Microsoft. You might be dealing with a stubborn isolated glitch.
At the same time, the issue can be due to a defect. You’ll have to contact the store you bought it from. They should be able to fix it for free, depending on your warranty. Just keep in mind that you might have to hand them your computer for a couple of days. Hopefully, you’ll get it back soon.
The error pops up when you can’t open hyperlinks from Outlook. Usually, it is due to the browser that you’re using. However, it can also be due to bugs and isolated glitches. One of the most popular ways to fix the problem is by changing your web browser.
So, what did you think about everything that was discussed? We hope that you found them useful.