Currently our work-around is to CTRL + Left click the link share|improve this answer answered Nov 11 '15 at 7:54 Michael Madej 261 Oops, forgot about this question... http://kb.mozillazine.org/mimeTypes.rdf http://kb.mozillazine.org/File_types_and_download_actions#Resetting_download_actions It is possible that security software (anti-virus, firewall) is causing the problem. A draft (does not have a sender assigned to it), or is in the Outlook Drafts folder. I know that it's possible as some add-ins have it.
No other email clients use NotesRichText and IBM have stopped developing this particular rendering engine. Normally, when you install an Outlook add-in for a mailbox, the Exchange Server copies the add-in manifest from the location you indicate to the mailbox on that Exchange Server. WebKit On par with Gecko, WebKit is unlikely to give you much trouble when designing HTML emails. To do this, please add an exception for the Firefox popup list for the
Try to rename/remove the mimeTypes.rdf file in the Firefox profile folder to reset all file actions. Outlook Email If you can test the add-in on Outlook, you can use the following simple debugging technique that uses the Outlook object model and Visual Basic Editor: First, verify that macros are Choose File, Options, Trust Center, Trust Center Settings, Macro Settings. This applies for whenever a user is redirected to OWA from another webapp, which opens OWA in a new tab: Adding rel="noreferrer" to your html link tag should help: http://blog.chromium.org/2009/12/links-that-open-in-new-processes.html We
After this stage, our HTML looks a little different: