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    Outlook Web Access (2003)

    I have two lap tops one is my wifes'the other mine. Mine has Windows XP, IE 08 and Outlook 2003 and Wife has Vista Business, IE 07 and Outlook 2003. i have a Server in my office Small Business 2003 software. we run our own e-mail. when I go to the Outlook Web Access on the web i always receive the notice that i don't have the Security Certificate and go anyway and log in I have no problem off my lap top. But when my wife goes in on her Lap top, when she gets into Web Access she can not type in an outgoing e-mail in the message area. it will take subject and e-mail, it has a small red X in the upper left corner. i have looked through the options and can't find anything holding it up. Is there something in Vista?

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    Re: Outlook Web Access (2003)

    Vista requires an update to the Exchange Server to enable the rich editing area. Until that patch is applied, I think Firefox should still work, because Exchange serves a different page to Firefox than it serves to IE.

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    Re: Outlook Web Access (2003)

    I went to the MS site and downloaded the update and it works perfect now. Thanks

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    Re: Outlook Web Access (2003)

    The download from Microcoft did the trick. works like a charm

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