mac outlook web access clearing sent items folder

TEKNICOLOURFOX

Active Member
ok ths is probably very easy, but I have 83 pages in my mac outlook web access folder but cant seem to select a page at once to delete (or easilly multiple select messages), I have to tick each little box then click delete... am i missing something?

chairs!
 

spooney

Novice Member
ok ths is probably very easy, but I have 83 pages in my mac outlook web access folder but cant seem to select a page at once to delete (or easilly multiple select messages), I have to tick each little box then click delete... am i missing something?

chairs!
You are using Safari? Well, in this case the only option I am aware of is to tick each message you want to delete by holding the cmd button and then click the X in the Outlook menu.
In Internet Explorer it is a simple right click onto the Deleted Items folder...
 

TEKNICOLOURFOX

Active Member
using safari yes, thought there must be another way but never found it, bit of a pain clicking all those little boxes on 83 pages! arghhh
 

James.1

Novice Member
Have you tried using the Internet Explorer User Agent from the Develop/Debug menu in Safari.

To enable Develop menu on Leopard:
Open Safari and go to -> Safari > Preferences >Advanced and check "Show Develop menu in menu bar".

To enable Debug menu on Tiger:
Make sure Safari is not running and then open Terminal (found at /Applications/Utilities/) and copy the line below and past it into Terminal and hit Enter.
Code:
defaults write com.apple.Safari IncludeDebugMenu 1
To turn it off, replace the the "1" with "0" (zero) i.e.
Code:
defaults write com.apple.Safari IncludeDebugMenu 0
 

spooney

Novice Member
Have you tried using the Internet Explorer User Agent from the Develop/Debug menu in Safari.

To enable Develop menu on Leopard:
Open Safari and go to -> Safari > Preferences >Advanced and check "Show Develop menu in menu bar".

To enable Debug menu on Tiger:
Make sure Safari is not running and then open Terminal (found at /Applications/Utilities/) and copy the line below and past it into Terminal and hit Enter.
Code:
defaults write com.apple.Safari IncludeDebugMenu 1
To turn it off, replace the the "1" with "0" (zero) i.e.
Code:
defaults write com.apple.Safari IncludeDebugMenu 0
Maybe this is worth a try but IE was always a bad product on Apple. I think Microsoft stopped development 5-6 years ago or even longer. You would need at least IE 5 to get full support via Outlook webmail.
 

TEKNICOLOURFOX

Active Member
cheers for both of those but its on my work machine and were not allowed to use anything other than firefox or safari for internet access...
 

James.1

Novice Member
TEKNICOLOURFOX and spooney, you will still be using Safari to browse to the page, but instead of Safari telling the website that it is being accessed by Safari, it tells the page it is being accessed by Internet Explorer. You can even choose the version number or a totally different browser.

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