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How to switch to Outlook Web App (OWA) Lite version

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For some reason (go ask Microsoft!) clicking the attachment button in Outlook Web App often does nothing - it’s supposed to open a page where you can choose and attach files, but it doesn’t.

There is a  very cryptically named option to switch to the Lite version of OWA so that attachments will work, but the option is hidden.

When logged in to OWA visit the following link in your browser:

https://owa.rsl.az/owa/?ae=Options&t=General

Under “Accessibility” make sure that the “Use the blind and low vision experience” box is checked, then click the “Save” button at the bottom right.

Then log out of OWA, close then restart your browser, and log in again.

How to switch to OWA Lite

Installing Silverlight might also work.

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Support our caregiving

Support our caregiving

If you found anything on this site of use, interesting, or even mildly amusing then please consider dropping a few pennies in the jar to help us to take care of our disabled son who contracted encephalitis in 2007 at the age of 6 and who is now confined to a wheelchair. He is getting bigger as his mother and I get older, imagine that, please. Every penny we collect goes towards his upkeep, and towards his future care requirements.

Thank you.