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OWA 2010: unable to move mails with mouse

Posted on 2013-01-14
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Hi there,
I can't move mails with mouse from one folder to one another.
Is it possible
Thanks.
Regards,
Simlip
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by:simlip
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I precise it is in order to have a best and friendly interface for users.
It is under firefox and ie that i have the problem
Thanks
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by:lamaslany
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"Is it possible"

It is possible to drag and drop an email from one folder to another in Outlook Web App 2010 running Firefox; yes.
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by:simlip
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Thanks for you reply
I can't
but, How does I must configure ?
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If you have the problem:
1) go to owa
2) click on option
3) disabled accessibility option
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by:simlip
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because I found myself !
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