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Accessing Webmail using IE 7.0


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geekay

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I am using IE 7.0. I am unable to send mails, which is web-based. When I click on the compose button (which is linked to java script:mail.compose(new), nothing happens. I tried disabling my anti-virus and firewall, still nothing happens. However, I am able to read my mails and open the attachments. Can someone please help me?
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If You are unable to send a message, I would try using another email provider.

One can import addresses or contacts, password etc. from one email client to another one. I hope this helps
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This is my official mail, which I can't change. It is web-based and was working fine with IE 6.x
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Internet Explorer changed a few things regarding webpage functionality, unfortunately it's going to take a while for many providers of content (email and likewise) to adapt their pages to IE7, so the best solution is either see if it works in another browser like Firefox or Opera, or uninstall IE7.
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Which one do you recommend, firefox or opera? Where can I get them?
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I have both and suggest firefox, there are issues with opera and pages hanging on all versions.

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Edited by hary, 03 December 2006 - 07:57 AM.

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Thank you. Appreciate your help.
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