Ok, it is convenient: In Outlook everything within a text where
a click could make any sense is clickable. URLs, mail addresses, domain
names, just everything.
We might not want to hear it, but the truth is: more than often
we click on it by mistake and without really knowing what will happen.
Be honest: Do you think about what will happen if you klick? And if
you think, do you know it?
Here is the test: What will happen?
jump to http://www.cnn.com/
Got you? Ok, I admit, it is lame. But hiding the status line is
not that difficult...
Disruptor OL does something very simple to all the clickable things:
it converts them into unclickable items. They are still perfect readable
and with copy-paste (and perhaps fixing some characters) you can still
access the URL or mail address.
But not any more by clicking.
Links will look like: ####***www.mydomain.info/?hiddenid12
If they are hidden in the HTML source, the hidden links remover
will kill them, too.