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8/27/14
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paulmanac

Chrome 37 breaks parts of Outlook Web App for Exchange 2010 SP3

Using 37.0.2062.94 (Official Build 290621) m

Since the update to version 37, Outlook Web App on Exchange 2010 SP3 does not work properly.

When composing a new message, you can no longer use the TO, CC and BCC buttons, nor the address book button. They do not open in a new Window as they should. Other buttons seem to work.

The calendar is completely destroyed. Nothing shows at all in month view and in day/week view, things are mangled.


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Michele M.O.
8/28/14
Michele M.O.
Hi Paulmanac,

Welcome to the Chrome Forum!

This could be happening for a number of reasons. Can you please try Chrome in incognito mode and let me know if the issue persists there? 

Best,

Michele

8/28/14
Original Poster
paulmanac
Yes, it does. The buttons don't work in regular mode, incognito mode, on a fresh system with Chrome freshly installed, on a fresh system with Chrome Beta freshly installed, or on a fresh system with Chrome Dev freshly installed.
 
However, it appears I was wrong about the calendar. I may have made that a problem myself trying so many damn things to get it fixed.
8/28/14
Original Poster
paulmanac
Also, here's a post from someone else on the Chromium forums with the same problem.
 
http://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=408286
Sven Menges
8/28/14
Sven Menges
We have the same problem.
Ty Swicegood
8/28/14
Ty Swicegood
Same problem in our school district. Clear history, reset browser, disable addins, icognito mode, same problem. Using 37.0.2062.94 m

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Negeen E.
9/2/15
Negeen E.
Hey People of the Internet!!

Have you seen this post by Sarah Dee? It explains why OWA isn't working in Chrome and why you'll need to use a different browser for it.

Chrome is working to keep you safe :)

Happy interneting!
 
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