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IE + Hotmail, error?


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When I use hotmail and in inbox: when I delete a message, read another message and then press backspace to go back to inbox, an error message appears: This page can not be viewed. The page you're looking for is not available, possible technical error or change browsersettings. When I press backspace again, I am in inbox again. It's not a huge error, but when I delete many messages and all the errors appear, it's annoying.
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is this your hotmail in the internet or in MSN mesenger?
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I use win xp. I noticed this is with other e-mail programs as well. Why is this, when I used win me, I had no problem at all. Can I do anything about it?
except clicking on 'mail', instead of using backspace, are there any settings I can change?

Edited by okeee, 02 July 2006 - 02:39 AM.

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is this your hotmail in the internet or in MSN mesenger?


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actually, it is also with other e-mail programs, so from internet.
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what browser youre using?
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internet explorer
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Have you try this method?
http://www.theelderg...ie_and_oe_6.htm
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Well IE is not damaged, but it is probably a setting of win xp, causing those error messages.
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so then, try another browser
FF
Opera (this works for me fine)
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