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Exchange 2010 OWA - Delet address in "TO" field puts semicolons

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Ok this seems like a really weird issue maybe a bug but i am hoping someone can shed some light on how to resolve it.  If i try to put multiple addresses in the TO field on a email in 2010 OWA and try to delete an address it puts a semicolon.  If i try to delete that semicolon it puts another and so on.....Very weird issue i think. I have attached a screen shot showing what i am talking about.  Now this only happens if the first email address is one that auto completes when you start typing it.  So in the example Tucker Sukraw auto completed then i just typed the works next address.  Tried to delete it and it put semicolons for ever letter i deleted.
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What I see here is that you are using Firefox. Will you be able to try that on IE 8 or 9?

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Just tested it on IE9 and it worked.   Looks like you are dead on with the issue being firefox.  I just tested it on another 2010 server.  Firefox didnt work IE did.  Do you think there is any way to fix this or is it just the way it is?  I quite a few firefox users who this will drive nuts.
Dhiraj MuthaLevel D

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I am not that good at firefox as I am with IE. I think this link would help: http://support.mozilla.com/en-US/kb/Using%20Outlook%20Web%20Access%20in%20Firefox

I suggest people to with IE with any microsoft product - You can understand why MS is so rich.
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Which version of firefox are you using? And is this Exchange 2010 SP1?

For the full version of OWA, firefox is supported from version 3.0.1 and higher. See here for the complete list of supported browsers: http://help.outlook.com/en-us/140/bb899685%28EXCHSRVCS.140%29.aspx
Dhiraj MuthaLevel D

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I think you are not the only one with this issue: http://www.networksteve.com/exchange/topic.php?TopicId=27656

If you want to try - Uninstall Firefox, download the latest version of it and install it. Then try, hope they would have released a new version without the bug.
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Seemed to be a firefox issue just using IE instead.