Re: Annoying Jaws announcement every time I switch Outlook folders


Rob Whyte <rob.whyte@...>
 

Hi,
did you import your JAWS 2018 settings to the beta?
It's reading your status bar, wonder if you have screen echo on all?
Following.

thanks



Rob Whyte
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From: main@jfw.groups.io [main@jfw.groups.io] on behalf of Cristóbal [cristobalmuli@gmail.com]
Sent: Friday, 21 September 2018 3:42 AM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: Annoying Jaws announcement every time I switch Outlook folders

Hello list,
I’ve been having this issue for a while now. I can’t recall when it started, but regardless, it happens every single time I switch folders in Outlook 2016. Be it a main inbox or subfolder, etc.
I get the below message every time I switch folders.
List box Connectivity to your server. Connected
I don’t need to be informed that I’m connected all the time. Any ideas on how to stop this?
I’ve got 6 email accounts configured with a mixture of imap and exchange. This will occur regardless if I switch to an imap folder.
Anyway, I’m on Jaws 2018 and recently started to play with the JFW 2019 beta. This exact same behavior is occurring in the beta so I know at this point it’s not just my JFW 2018 version. I’m sure it has to do with a setting I’m not aware of or have perhaps by accident enabled.
Thanks,
Cristóbal



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