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IE6 & Outlook Express problems.

  Locator 13:27 31 Jan 03
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I have recently upgraded my computer and now have the following two problems.

1. IE6 refuses to save my password, which means I have to type it in every time.

2. Outlook Express now treats all photo images as unsafe and denies access.

My dealer can't sort it and Microsoft don't want to know.

Can anyone out there help?


Locator

  VoG™ 13:32 31 Jan 03

In OE, Tools, Options, Security tab, take the tick out of "block access to attachments" or similar.

  MartinT-B 14:27 31 Jan 03

IE 6

Tools
Internet Options
Content Tab
Auto Complete button
Make sure the option
Use Auto Complete for
"User names and Passwords on forms" has a tick next to it.
"Web Addresses" and "Prompt me to save Passwrds" are also useful.

  MartinT-B 14:30 31 Jan 03

I HATE THIS

I Press return to make the layout more easily readable and this damn board "does it's own thing!!"

AND THERE'S NO EDIT OPTION WHICH IS A COMPLETE CROCK!

Tools

Internet Options

Content Tab

Auto Complete button

Make sure the option Use Auto Complete for "User names and Passwords on forms" has a tick next to it.

"Web Addresses" and "Prompt me to save Passwrds" are also useful.

Using double return now, see if that works

  MartinT-B 15:32 31 Jan 03

I got an email from Locator - That doesn't work for him

Anyone Else?

  JoeC 15:42 31 Jan 03

and try the two links contained in this thread for password problems - click here

  Noels 16:00 31 Jan 03

1. Open OE 6.0.
2. Click Tools, point to Options, and then click the Security tab.

3. Uncheck "Do not allow attachments to be saved or opened that could potentially be a virus."

4. Click OK.

Chris

Advice to me from Spikeychris a couple of days ago
similar to advice above

Noels

  VoG™ 17:20 31 Jan 03

VoG

Thanks for that. Attachment problem solved.

any ideas on IE6 password poblem

Best Regards

  acfc 19:05 31 Jan 03

Try going to Tools/Accounts then highlight the mail account and click properties. Now go to the Servers tab and there is a 'Remember Password' box which should be ticked.

Hope this helps

  JoeC 19:36 31 Jan 03

re-installing IE6 / OE6 from a magazine cover disc, or even re-download from Microsoft. : }

  JoeC 19:40 31 Jan 03

try putting your XP CD in the tray, then going Start > Run > then type in ( or copy and paste ) sfc / scannow - note the space between sfc and /. That should repair any corrupt files in your setup.Failing that, a repair of your XP operating system should definitely cure it. Try the SFC route first and, if no joy, post back to get a blow by blow account on how to repair your XP installation

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