[Offlist] Re: Workshops Review #07
|From:||Jeff Jones <jsjonesmiami@...>|
|Date:||Friday, March 18, 2005, 14:51|
--- Stephen Mulraney <ataltane.conlang@...> wrote:
They do have a lot of questions listed.
> > > I just signed up to Gmail a few days ago, and after signing in
> > > for the first time, all I got was a blank page - maybe
> > > something like your problem? I solved my problem by changing
> > > my firewall settings to allow various things from
> > > gmail.google.com . The firewall I use is Kerio, and the
> > > "various things" had the titles foreign cookies, persistent
> > > I played around enough to determine the VBscript and activeX
> > > (obviously enough) weren't needed, but I didn't try very hard
> > > to narrow down the permissions any further.
> > > There's almost certainly a more elegant solution, but I'm not
> > > that bothered to pursue it. I should add, that a flush of my
> > > browser's cache and cookie jar was needed after each setting
> > > change. What browser & system are you using, BTW?
> > I'll look forward to a possible blank page, but probably will get
> > something else! I'll have to remember the flush. I'm using MSIE
> > 4.x for Windows 95 -- no firewall, I think. They did mention
> Hmm, well they seem to support browsers on two level: "standard
> view" for fully supported browsers, and "basic HTML" for partly-
> or un-supported browsers. According to
> > If you access Gmail with a browser different from those listed
> > above, you'll be automatically directed to the basic HTML view of
> > Gmail. Basic HTML view works with the following browsers, as well
> > as many others:
> > * IE 4.0+
> > * Netscape 4.07+
> > * Opera 6.03+
> > Regardless of your browser type, you must have cookies enabled to
> > use Gmail.
> Which suggests that it should work with your browser, once you have
> cookies enabled.
with a bunch of things (including deleting all gmail/google files and
cookies and putting gmail in the low security zone). One time I got a
Thanks for the help.
> I'd suggest just checking your cookie settings, if you can, and
> flushing the cache & cookies, and trying one last time. You
> never know! Of course, that works both ways... it may just not
> work, even when all the indications are that it should...
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