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Can't open jpeg attachments in OWA

Posted on 2013-12-19
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I am running Exchange 2013.  When I open an email with 3 jpeg attachments in Outlook 2010 I am able to view the attachments.   When I open the email attachment in OWA and click on preview I get the message "This type of attachment must be saved to disk.  Right click the link and the click Save Link as to download the file".  When I do this it saves it as a Firefox HTML document.  When I click on this file I get the message "Outlook Web App requires your browser to use UTF-8 encoding. For your protection, you'll be signed out. Please set your browser encoding to UTF-8 and sign in again".  My Firefox browser is set to UTF-8.

How can I view/download these jpeg attachments in OWA?
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Does it do this in IE? I think its a firefox issue not an OWA issue. Some times programs made by microsoft wont work the best in other browsers.
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try to open in diffrent url. Like I.E or google chorome
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