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Sharing Email Access In User Accounts

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#1 Novitiate


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Posted 12 March 2007 - 07:49 PM

Recently we went from dialup to broadband satellite. We have one computer using Windows XP Home SP2. since then we have had trouble accessing email but only on one account. As the administrator, I have no trouble accessing web sites and logging onto email, but the other user can only access web sites. When he tries to log on to his email he gets "Page cannot be displayed". When I try to log onto my email using his account, I also cannot log on. I went through the steps in the earlier tutorial. No good. I spoke to my ISP. Big runaround, nobody knows nothin' except that it has something to do with the administrator "sharing physically" with the subsidiary account. I got referred to a Microsoft forum. Since this is the forum where I have actually understood what I've read, I wondered whether you might be able to help instead, thanks, Margaret

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#2 fozzie


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Posted 21 March 2007 - 07:51 AM

I assume you try to read your emails webbased? Which browser do you use?
This could be a setting in your browser.

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