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URL resides in Gmail Bcc field using firefox SEND AND FORWARD


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#1 marylou510

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Posted 05 November 2010 - 03:57 PM

Every time I forward a message or compose a new message in Gmail,using Firefox 3.6.12 - entering an address in the TO: field, and clicking SEND, I get a message that there is a bad address in the BCC: field.

The Message when I go to the Bcc field: The address "< in the "Bcc" field was not recognized. Please make sure that all addresses are properly formed.

The URL, always the same, also shows when I click to open the BCC venue

There is no URL when I use Reply and no URL using reply and the Bcc field

The above URL showed up out of the blue and I don't know how to get rid of it.

This only happens using Firefox, not IE.

I use a Dell Vostro 200 that's a year old - Window XP Pro - I use Firefox 99% of the time.

Thanks in advance for your consideration and help.
/Marylou

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#2 marylou510

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Posted 06 November 2010 - 08:45 PM

I Figured out by process of elimination that one of my Firefox add-ons,
Greasemonkey 0.8.20100408.6 - was causing the URL residing in my Bcc: field.
/Marylou510




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