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#1 Lyn

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Posted 15 April 2005 - 08:04 PM

Quoted from someone else who had Yahoo problems--"You may wish to put Yahoo into your safe zone, as well as whatever else you are trying to access that you TRUST COMPLETELY, and allow both activeX to run and cookies to be accepted?

My Yahoo messenger opens and closes. Will you please explain in more detail by what you mean by copying Yahoo into a " Trusted Site". Which tab do I click on,like which "tab" I click on to add Yahoo messenger into a trusted site. And how do I get the messengers address to copy into the "Trusted Site"?
Which line (s) do I check to enable active X?
How do I only allow Y-messenger to use cookies.
Please help me, I miss my friends :thumbsup:
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Posted 15 April 2005 - 09:13 PM

To add something to trusted sites:
open IE
at the top click Tools
click Internet Options
click the Security tab
click the Trusted sites icon
click the Sites... button
where it says Add this Web site to the zone: type in the URL to the site
click the Add button
click the OK button
Click Apply
Click OK

To enable ActiveX for Trusted sites:
open IE
at the top click Tools
click Internet Options
click the Security tab
click the Trusted sites icon
click the Custom Level... button
scroll down to Download signed ActiveX controls and put a check in Enable
scroll down to Run ActiveX controls and plug-ins and put a check in Enable
scroll down to Script ActiveX controls marked safe for scripting and put a check in Enable
Click OK
Click Apply
Click OK

To enable cookies:
open IE
at the top click Tools
click Internet Options
click the Privacy tab
click the Sites... button
Under Address of Web sites type in the URL to the site
click the Allow button
Click OK
click the Advanced button
put a check next to Override automatic cookie handling
under First-party Cookies select Accept
under Third-party Cookies select block
Click OK
Click Apply
Click OK
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