I'm working on a system which is run in the browser through ActiveX. In the system we've a webmail, which is an embedded webpage using a browser control.
Using IE7 it works fine, but after upgrading to IE8 it is no longer possible to add an attachment to an e-mail. When you click on the "browse" button of the input-element, that will upload the file, a files dialog should open, so that you can select the file
you want to attach. But in IE8 the dialog doesn't appear - instead a message appears in the top of the window, explaining that a popup has been blocked.
The weird thing is that if I access the webmail directly (not through ActiveX), everything works fine.
I've tried to disable the popup blocker and set the security level to the lowest possible setting, but the popup blocker still fires when you try to add a file.
Is there some sort of conflict between the activeX component and IE8?
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