Windows Updates, IE7 and OWA

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  • 1. Uninstall an upgrade but leave original OEM version
    I previously upgraded my Office 97 with a Home Use version of 2003 provided by my company. I have now purchased a 2nd computer and would like to transfer the Home Use version to the new computer, going back to Office 97 on my old computer. I have purchased an upgrade that I will then use on the old computer. Complicating this: The old computer had Office 97 as an upgrade to an OEM version of the old version (office 95?). How do I best accomplish this? I'm worried that if I uninstall the Home Use version on the old computer that I'll lose the older info and not be able to install an upgrade.
  • 2. outlook 2003 picture manageris corrupted after update
    outlook 2003 picture manager would not open a jpg. A fault developed (800246??)and i was told i needed an automatic Office update. I took the update. One website was open during the update Now when I try to open an Outlook jpg I get picture manager opening all the jpgs that were on that website instead of the requested jpg
  • 3. How can I Order Office 2003 SP2 on a CD?
    Anyone know when/if the office 2003 SP2 will be available on CD? (Maybe Microsoft should start putting "requires broadband connection" on their software!)
  • 4. Onenote 2003 not updating
    I just installed onenote 2003 on my puter and then went to the website to see if there were any updates out. There is one and when I try to download it it always gets to the last 100KB and comes up with a download error. Does anyone have any suggestions on what to do? -- akramm

Re: Windows Updates, IE7 and OWA

Postby PA Bear [MS MVP] » Fri, 11 Apr 2008 03:24:29 GMT

Forwarded to Outlook General & Office Update newsgroups via crosspost.
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Re: Windows Updates, IE7 and OWA

Postby F.H. Muffman » Fri, 11 Apr 2008 11:50:43 GMT

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Rick,

You'll actually want to post your question to microsoft.public.exchange.clients. 
 Despite Robear's good intentions, OWA doesn't actually have anything to 
do with Outlook but is entirely part of Exchange.  Rather than making an 
even bigger list of newsgroups and likely confusing you more, I'm going to 
let you hop over there and post it yourself.

-- 
-f.h



Re: Windows Updates, IE7 and OWA

Postby Brian Tillman » Sat, 12 Apr 2008 00:06:19 GMT




Should have been crossposted in microsoft.public.exchange.clients instead of 
any Outlook newsgroup, since OWA is a feature of Exchange.
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Brian Tillman [MVP-Outlook] 


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1.Windows Updates, IE7 and OWA

F.H. Muffman wrote:
> <snip>
>>> Now, when I try to use my corporate OWA, it loads in OWA basic mode.
> <snip>
>
> Rick,
> You'll actually want to post your question to
> microsoft.public.exchange.clients. Despite Robear's good intentions, OWA
> doesn't actually have anything to do with Outlook but is entirely part of 
> Exchange.  Rather than making an
> even bigger list of newsgroups and likely confusing you more, I'm going to
> let you hop over there and post it yourself.

TYVM, fh.
-- 
~PA Bear 



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