If your company decides to use Microsoft Exchange 2003 for email you will have to stop using Firefox and begin using internet explorer or you will not have all the options that should be available like making rules and folders for emails and seeing the calendar in umm, monthly view?? I should also add that it acts ugly with Safari, Google Chrome and Opera as well.
If you begin to use internet explorer you will not be able to open attachments or links included in emails unless you turn off the pop up blocker in internet explorer. If you turn off the pop up blocker in internet explorer and have either the Yahoo or Google toolbar, you will need to turn off the pop up blockers on them as well. If you still have problems with attachments and links you can go to options and download some mime security thing. If you still have issues, go to tools and add on management and try to figure out which add ons you can turn off and still have your internet function. If that doesn’t work, open Quicktime and if you get a message saying that files are no longer associated with Quicktime and do you want to restore the defaults and update Quicktime, click yes.
If you still can’t open an attachment or a link, try opening your email in Firefox.
Now wasn’t that simple? Better living through technology! I’m just saying….