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Outlook Web Access Calendar Views are missing

Posted on 2013-11-18
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Hello,

I have an exchange server that when we log into OWA the views for week or months are gone from calendar so we can only see by Today.
Any idea on how to fix that? It is a SBS 2008 and I my customer has AOL browser but if he  uses IE it works... there is something with the AOL browser that I have no idea how to configure.

Any ideas?
Thanks
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The AOL web browser is built on a really old version of Mozilla and doesn't support the extensions necessary to properly view stuff in the default view of OWA for Exchange 2007. Basically, there isn't much you can do to get it to display properly. I can't remember if it was available for Exchange 2007 (I know it is for 2010, but that's SBS 2011), but there may be a Lite version of OWA that will work better for that browser.
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