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Email & Messenger Login Problem


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brown ape

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I have a problem with the login of both my yahoo and hotmail email accounts.
On top of that, I can't login to msn messenger either. All these problems occur at the same time.

After reaching the following page:
http://login.passpor...rf?lc=2057&id=2

I would be directed to "The page cannot be displayed" screen, after I tried logging in.

In fact, this also happens when I try to log in to my yahoo email account.

On the other hand, the msn messenger 7.5 that I'm currently using occurs a login problem as well.
A pop-up states that they are not able to sign me in at that time and I tried troubleshooting and all but to no avail. Based on the test results that follows, it seems that there is a problem with the key ports which crippled the login.

I hope someone can help to resolve this problem.
Thank you.
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are you using a firelwall of any kind?
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I have the same problem. Will be checking your replies...
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Ok, other than the Internet Connection Firewall, I'm not using any other similar programs.
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try turning that off and see if it makes a difference (only temporarily..and only to test these specific items...DO NOT SURF THE INTERNET WITHOUT A FIREWALL)
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Nope, there's no difference after turning firewall off.
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