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Printing Attachments in OWA 2007 (when viewing as web page)

Posted on 2009-04-03
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We have about 200 people using Outlook Web Access - now that we are using Exchange 2007 they have the option of viewing attachments (common types) as web pages... the problem is they are trying to print them when viewing as web pages - and losing part of the right margin.
We have asked them to download the doc if they want to print it - but they hardly ever listen.

Aside from a 3rd party solution like MessageWare - is there anything we can do to the Exchange Server to assist with this?
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Hi,
Unfortunately, the best answer to your question is NO.
Messageware is the solution, and maybe some other 3rd Party software, but nothing from the Exchange side that will help your cause, in this case. You will have to educate the users and be firm.
Thanks
Nitin Gupta (gupnit)
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I thought as much... Thank you.
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