OWA users can't open PDF attachments in Web browser
Some Outlook Web Access users can't open PDF attachments in the Web browser, but they can save them. Find out how to enable users to view PDF attachments.
Additionally, you can manually check the PDF reader's preferences to verify its integration with the Web browser. In Adobe Acrobat Reader 8.0, go to Edit -> Preferences, and then select the Internet node from the left pane.
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