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#1 jkustme

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Posted 15 October 2007 - 06:39 PM

Well I logged it to my MSN account using XP and IE 7, opened my msn account with no problem, however when I click on the inbox button my inbox does not open, even after several minutes of IE tring to connect. I go back and login with Firefox, and I can open and view my email inbox , no problem, it would seem that there is a problem with IE or a setting in IE, can anyone give me some help to fix the problem....

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Posted 15 October 2007 - 07:12 PM

Hi jkustme,

Make sure Hotmail is your default mail E-mail Server.
In IE go to Tools/ Internet Options/ Programs, select Hotmail as your default. Apply/ Okay.
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#3 jkustme

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Posted 16 October 2007 - 04:44 PM

I should have pointed out the hotmail account is my secondary email account, my main account is with Time Warner (roadrunner) does that make a difference. IE seems to be set up for Outlook which I dont use. I will try to change that setting you spoke of. if that fails could there be a way to download a IE repair in case IE is corrupt in some wayż. By the way I also have a Yahoo email account, IE opens it just fine.




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