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Access webmail using Windows Vista

I use MS IE webmail to access my work email. In Vista when I go to reply or forward I get a red X in a square in the corner of the pane where you would normally type your message. I reinstalled the e mail security and now I can type on the email body but when i try to send it, it shuts down IE all together. is there a fix for this
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johnb6767Commented:
Assuming you are talking about OWA....

Has solved our problem using IE7 to load OWA....

This is why it isnt working on 7

Recent change of Internet Explorer 6 behavior in handling ActiveX controls and its effects on OWA
http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2006/11/16/431521.aspx
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murgroupCommented:
I believe there is also a patch for Exchange that needs to be installed. If you are not the admin you will need to contact them and have them install it.

https://www.ms2.cn/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=5bc06e8a-08eb-4976-bc68-a03ebe3a2552&displaylang=en
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TSTechNAAuthor Commented:
yes, I'm talking about OWA. I'm using IE7. Im not sure what's the solution your giving me...
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murgroupCommented:
If the server is not patched, according to the link above, you will see the behavior your seeing. This is a network administrator function. If your not the network administrator for the Exchange server, you will need to contact them and have them check to see if this patch is installed.
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johnb6767Commented:
Yes, the links for the Exchange patches in my posting are for the server side....
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Computer101Commented:
Forced accept.

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