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Moon Dancer

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I've been attempting to log into my account at Bluemountain E-cards, but I keep getting told that my cookie setting is not correct to do so. They gave instructions for ie 6, 5, 4, however I have ie 8 with sp 3, and try as I might I'm unable to do so, and instead I keep getting "your current security setting put your computer at risk. Click here to change your security settings". I've set my security to "medium", and enable ALL the Active X controls, which my security hates, and checked the "override the automatic cookie handling, along with "always allow session cookies" but I'm still not able to log into the account. What am I doing wrong, and what have I missed to enable me to log into that site??

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if you use Spy-Bot S&D you must remove their name from the blocked sites in IE....
you should also know Blue Mountain has long been a source of spam...they and the other E-CARD sites are harvesting email address's ...do your yourself and your friends a favor and stop sending them...
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