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How to disable script errors in Outlook's browser view? [message #431762] Sun, 19 October 2008 15:47 Go to next message
CJSnet
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As you know you can set the 'home page' of any Outlook folder to a web
address. I use this for things like my Facebook inbox, and my POP3 Junk
folder.

Often however I get an annoying 'script error' pop up. This is the same
error the IE shows if you enable the 'show every script error' popup box. I
have disabled it on IE, yet when within Outlook it still gives the popup
window with a 'disable scripts - yes/no' type question.

There is nothing wrong at my end, this is normal behaviour, but how can I
disable the box in Outlook's IE views, like I do for pure IE?
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CJSnet

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Re: How to disable script errors in Outlook's browser view? [message #433169] Wed, 22 October 2008 03:24 Go to previous message
CJSnet
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Thanks but the only thing that works there is to disable active scripting,
which disables it for all trusted sites and for the site in question. I
want to use the scripts, just not see the popup error message any time. Any
other ideas, or can this be suggested please?
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"Diane Poremsky [MVP]" <outlookmvp@msn.com> wrote in message
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> Outlook uses an IE stub, not the full version of IE and it supports
> different security levels. Check and see if any of the security settings
> for the local or trusted zone might stop the warnings and add the page to
> that zone.
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> "CJSnet" <usenet@TEETHthe-simpson.tv> wrote in message
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>> As you know you can set the 'home page' of any Outlook folder to a web
>> address. I use this for things like my Facebook inbox, and my POP3 Junk
>> folder.
>>
>> Often however I get an annoying 'script error' pop up. This is the same
>> error the IE shows if you enable the 'show every script error' popup box.
>> I have disabled it on IE, yet when within Outlook it still gives the
>> popup window with a 'disable scripts - yes/no' type question.
>>
>> There is nothing wrong at my end, this is normal behaviour, but how can I
>> disable the box in Outlook's IE views, like I do for pure IE?
>> --
>> Thanks,
>> CJSnet
>>
>> Recommended:
>> * http://search.superhighstreet.com - Finds anything or they pay!
>> * http://www.superhighstreet.com - Beat the crowds with Virtual
>> Streetscapes
>>
>> [remove 'teeth' to e-mail me]
>>
>>
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