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    Is there a way to save e-mails in OWA when using IE9?

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    Re: Saving e-mail with EXCH 2007 OWA & IE9

    http://www.lmgtfy.com/?q=Is+there+a+...n+using+IE9%3F

    Its like the 5th result down...

    Here is the direct link as I am sure you will not be bothered to actuly look unless someone posts a direct link.

    http://social.technet.microsoft.com/...9-4e0997f11b61

    Hope this helps, and if not, read my sig, as I cut and paste the body of your message into google.

    Wofen
    Good to be back....

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    • #3
      Re: Saving e-mail with EXCH 2007 OWA & IE9

      thanks but that doesn't let you SAVE e-mails.

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      • #4
        Re: Saving e-mail with EXCH 2007 OWA & IE9

        Originally posted by bigalusn View Post
        Is there a way to save e-mails in OWA when using IE9?
        No.

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        • #5
          Re: Saving e-mail with EXCH 2007 OWA & IE9

          Save the Email... Right Click, go Viw Soruce, and cut and paste :P

          Use Firefox....

          Dont use OWA :P....

          Sadly this is a know "bug" that MS seems to keep telling us is a good thing.... I do not understand how its good.

          Wofen
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          • #6
            Re: Saving e-mail with EXCH 2007 OWA & IE9

            Originally posted by Wofen View Post

            Sadly this is a know "bug" that MS seems to keep telling us is a good thing.... I do not understand how its good.

            Wofen
            You don't know why it is a good thing to NOT allow users to save email to a local machine through OWA... ?
            A machine that you almost certainly have no control over.

            Simon.
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            • #7
              Re: Saving e-mail with EXCH 2007 OWA & IE9

              Originally posted by Sembee View Post
              You don't know why it is a good thing to NOT allow users to save email to a local machine through OWA... ?
              A machine that you almost certainly have no control over.

              Simon.

              Yes.... when in alot of companys there will be users that always use that computer.

              Also, he is not asking how to create an archive, but how to save an email (IE, Make a copy on his machine, not remove it from the exchange database), so yes, I see no reason why a User should not be allowed to make a copy of there email on there local machine incase they lose internet connection. Hell, if you can not trust a user to make COPIES of there own email and use them responably, then that user should not be working remotly, and have external access to there files at all.

              But please, can you giv me one reason why its a good idea to stop users saving a copy of what is basiclly a word Doc, to there computer (It is NOT removed from Exchange, Its still on your server, so you still have full control of the backup and storage of that email.), just one.

              Wofen
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              • #8
                Re: Saving e-mail with EXCH 2007 OWA & IE9

                You can't trust users. Don't expect users to know how everything works.

                I am aware of at least three people who print every email they receive for reading (or their PA does).

                As for the reason - security. You don't want the data to leak out. Outlook is usually installed on your own machines, OWA is designed to be accessed from any machine. Therefore you don't want a user to read an email in an Internet cafe and save the email to the location machine (perhaps because they think they have to).

                Simon.
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