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problem with firefox 3.5 while opening msg ext

Posted on 2011-09-07
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Hey,

i have a site that only works with firefox 3.5
the issue is :

i need to be able to download from a website .MSG file (outlook email)
where when i open *.msg file from the windows it self it opens an outlook item (outlook message that i can forward )
when i download it from firefox and choose open as you can see in the pic1 it shows me the error in pic2 but when i save it and then open it it works perfectly

any suggestion how i can configure that firefox will open it the right way? or exactly as windows opens it

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Question by:Tufin
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This is not a firefox issue its an outlook issue please see the KB article below:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/312346

Hopefully you can fix this. Let us know if it worked. :)
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Anuj Bhatia earned 500 total points
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i agree with raremind u cn try tht  and see if that wrks u cn also download that file and do a Rght Click on select Open With ..outlook and @ the bottom check that also open this file with this program that mght fix it .
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