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Baconbutty 21-Jun-10 4:08am View
   
Can't you see what the URL resolves to in the browser then using your cut/paste skills extract the www.xxxx.com part and save it to notepad or even just write it down on a piece of paper?
Baconbutty 18-Jun-10 3:31am View
   
I'm sure this sort of question will be covered in a simple Google search.

Lo and behold - first one on my query list - http://support.microsoft.com/kb/224071

Please try harder.