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mrvince

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have 2 computers #1 has win 98 w att as isp- netscape 7.1 as browser-#2 has win xp with att as isp-netscape 7.1 as browser. bought computer #3 has win xp with att as isp- netscape 7.2 as browser. E-mail works fine on computer 1 & 2 but on #3 e-mail comes up blank most of the time or with unreadable squares and boxes when opened. compared settings with all three and they seem to be the same. stumped, need help. mrvince
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If you really like netscape then remove it and try reinstalling fresh, However, if you haven't tried FireFox from Mozilla you should check it out. They have several FREE solutions for users to try, from an all in 1 suite with browser and built in mail client much like opera without the ads, you can also use the stand alone email client Thunderbird. Firefox and Thunderbird compliment each other tremendously. Check them out HERE.

Give them a try. I was a long time opera and netscape user but mozilla wins as best browser and email client hands down.
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phyb, reinstalled it a few times and it finally worked, thanks for the info, will try the other browsers in the future. thanks for helping. mrvince
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