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Refresh button in OWA with Exchange 2007 SP1

Posted on 2007-12-03
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Last Modified: 2008-03-06
After installing Service Pack 1 to my exchange server, the refresh button is no longer there. (OWA refresh button) It was there pre-SP1 and I thought it was nice to have. Does anyone know what happened to it? and/or why it was removed. Is there a way to enable it?
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I guess it may be that they removed it as there is no need?

Here is a list of new features in the CA roll for SP1:


I have not yet upgraded to SP1.

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User mistake, button was minimized.

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Closed, 20 points refunded.
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