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Vugen Script for Outlook web App 365

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I'm trying to record a vugen script  for Outlook Web App 365. 

The scenario is :

1. Logging in to latest Outlook web interface.

2. Read an email from Folder 'AA' created under Inbox folder.

3. Copy the the value from standard email template and save.

4. delete the email.

5. logout

 

However, the VuGen script replay succeeds only to execute step 1 (logging in) and it's having difficulities with afterwards.

 

Did anyonce succceed with this. I am trying it with Web(HTTP/HTML). Any hints, advise is highly appreciated.

It is working fine with TruClient Web but TruClient Web can't be used in multi-protocol with Web(HTTP/HTML).

 

Regards,

Gaurish

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Re: Vugen Script for Outlook web App 365

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Finally i got the solution on my own. First we need to change the settings in Outlook Web App first as follows:
1. Login to Outlook Web App and go to Settings > Display Settings > Outlook Web App version.
2. Select the checkbox Use the light version of Outlook Web App. Logout and clear the browser cache.

This didn't work for me in IE so i used Google Chrome browser.

Now you can reacord the script, apply some correlations and it will work without any issues.

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Re: Vugen Script for Outlook web App 365

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Finally i got the solution on my own. First we need to change the settings in Outlook Web App first as follows:
1. Login to Outlook Web App and go to Settings > Display Settings > Outlook Web App version.
2. Select the checkbox Use the light version of Outlook Web App. Logout and clear the browser cache.

This didn't work for me in IE so i used Google Chrome browser.

Now you can reacord the script, apply some correlations and it will work without any issues.

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