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Web access and viewing attachments

Posted on 2006-06-28
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I have a question regarding Outlook Web Access and vieiwing attachements.  I have several users who do not have office installed on their machines because of liscensing.  Up until recent they were able to go into OWA and open excel and word attachments even though they did not have the programs installed.  Does anyone know where this option is to turn it back on?  It might be in exchange I am not sure.  

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Joel Zart
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ok how do I tie that in to automatically open the attachments for these users?  I am using neoware terminals on a citrix 4.0 system.  I need to have it automatically access the viewer from a users profile.
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Once the viewers are installed on each system, the attachements should automatically open with the proper viewer.  It will register itself to be the default program for those file extensions.
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