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Im using IE Embedded and form automation to login to my web Outlook 2003. Works fine, i get in my inbox. BUT, when i open a message it opens a new window (like it does in IE), but it asks me again to login...

It doesnt remember my session/cookie. Is there a way to remmedy this?


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Please test without using IE.au3 and see what the behaviour is... it shouldn't be any different (although doing some things like _IEFormSubmit instead of clicking a button (you can use _IEAction to click) can cause differences due to javascript click events).


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Reproducer: a small (the smallest?) piece of stand-alone code that demonstrates your trouble

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Hmm cant edit post???

Its like when i Embed it, it doesnt uses the IE option... I also noticed that the Inbox is 'Internet zone', but the email message is 'Mixed zone'. Maybe you know some settings that are related to that? Or that IE.au3 has problems with Mixed zones?

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