How to open a wav file with a SSL OWA in media player

By pmalaison ·
We have a VoIP phone system that provides us with unified messaging. All is fine in the office when user decide to use outlook to listen to their voice mail. However, it's not so great with OWA over SSL. In internet explorer on anthing after Win2000, we get a security error or a logon prompt if we're lucky. I have found 2 semi-workaround. 1 is to save the wav file to the desktop and play it and the other is to use mozzila to do so.

None of those very acceptable. Anybody out there has had to deal with this issue and were able to resolve it? MS sugestion is to disable SSL... Great idea... NOT

Thanks in advance

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Same issue here also.

by sshah In reply to How to open a wav file wi ...

I have the same issue also. I get the same error under the same condition. I am neither able to use Windows Media nor Real Player. I need some help also.

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