Microsoft Edge and Outlook owa

My OS is win 10 Prof 64 bit and I have an Office 365 Business essential account, and use Outlook owa.   Lately, some of the buttons, like the "Reply", or "Forward" do not seem to work when I am in an email.  I tried rebooting but to no avail.
My  email is msn the free account.
Maybe I am logging thru the wrong url.  I sometimes use : outlook.live.com/owa and have tried also : live.com.  But given my above scenario, which is the correct url to login into my account.  My msn email account is installed in the outlook owa.
Thank u for your advise.
jegajothyretiredAsked:
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Gregory MillerGeneral ManagerCommented:
You might try using a different browser like Internet Explorer or Firefox or Chrome just to see if you get the same results. If it works in one of the other browsers, you may have some plug-in or other setting in Edge which is causing a conflict.
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Rajul RajInformation Security OfficerCommented:
Update the Edge also disable the add ins in the edge .

Or as gregory said; use different browser
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jegajothyretiredAuthor Commented:
In response to Rajul, how do I update the Edge.  Thank u.
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Gregory MillerGeneral ManagerCommented:
Microsoft Updates is the correct method to update the Edge Browser.

Edge is such a horrible product. Microsoft's attempt to create a standards based product but they tried to deploy a number of new items they would like to be standards which tend to break many mainstream sites out there, even Microsoft sites.
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Gregory MillerGeneral ManagerCommented:
Turn on compatibility mode in Edge as well. This disables the Microsoft psuedo-standards and relaxes the browser a bit. More like IE this way.
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