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    IE9 and Outlook web access problem

    When a member of staff trys to use IE9 to open attachments when logging in to OWA they can't save or open the files.

    When you try right click > save as the file name to save is like "attachment_ashx?attach=1&id=RgAAAAC6%2fLKLs7mNQYl q2rGoWO8VBwDGY8mJuUJ5RrCCbhHR3uRSAAAABVE%2fAAB9wTv Ra8PqQ4obEYkrRy%2fnAAAW0qYfAAAJ&attid0=BAAAAAAA&at tcnt=1"

    Rather than worddocument.doc like it should be

    Anyone encountered this problem yet? Our exchange is exchange 2010 SP1.

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    oh..fixed it.

    It does help if i can spell correctly when googling, note to self: make sure i type "OWA" not "OWN"

    fix was here: Quick Tip: Cannot Save / Open Attachments when using IE9 and OWA 2003



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