Toronto, Canada, June 01, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Messageware, the world's leading provider of enterprise productivity and security solutions for Microsoft Office Outlook Web Access, today announced a free solution for a prevalent and annoying problem that is being experienced by Outlook Web Access (OWA) users.
Many companies who have Microsoft Exchange with the update Q911829 (released in March and April, 2006) installed and are using Outlook Web Access have been experiencing a problem addressing messages. In some environments, when the spacebar is pressed after addressing a message the address dialog box re-appears and in some cases, while typing the message body, entering a space suddenly activates the addressing dialog box.
Upon hearing about this problem from Exchange administrators who were concerned about the productivity of their users, Messageware researched the problem, found the cause, and has released a free fix. This patch is now available to companies and Exchange administrators who are running any version of Exchange or OWA. It can be downloaded at http://www.messageware.com/fixQ911829.
Founded in 1993 and headquartered in Toronto, Canada, Messageware is the first and only company that is 100% focused on developing and marketing solutions for Outlook Web Access. A trusted Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and a Global Exchange ISV for nearly 15 years, their applications give companies of all sizes the ability to enhance and customize OWA. Messageware’s solutions have resulted in a greater return on an organization’s Microsoft Exchange investment for over 2,000 enterprises and four million users worldwide, including many Fortune 500 companies and in industries such as banking, education, financial services, government, healthcare and law. For more information, visit www.messageware.com.