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so, i'm having a weird issue with my email account. I have hotmail. Ever since i downloaded the new version of IE my computer doesn't allowe me to stay logged into my account (save email address and password). Also, other people can't log into their hotmail account from my computer. I cleared my history and temp folders etc and that fixed the problem for about 10 minutes. Now it's doing the same thing again. Should i download IE again or might it be something else?
 

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<div class="quote-block">Originally Posted by <strong>gaya</strong> <a href="/forum/post/0"><img alt="View Post" class="inlineimg" src="/img/forum/go_quote.gif" style=""></a><br><br>
so, i'm having a weird issue with my email account. I have hotmail. Ever since i downloaded the new version of IE my computer doesn't allowe me to stay logged into my account (save email address and password). Also, other people can't log into their hotmail account from my computer. I cleared my history and temp folders etc and that fixed the problem for about 10 minutes. Now it's doing the same thing again. Should i download IE again or might it be something else?</div>
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My first guess is there's something wiggy with yur security settings. You might try going to Tools:Internet Options click the Security tab and click on the "Default" button for internet security. This might contradict your antivirus software, but it could give you an idea of what the problem is. If you let your antivirus software reconfigure after the change, if the change works, I suspect everything will be stable.
 

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My first guess is there's something wiggy with yur security settings. You might try going to Tools:Internet Options click the Security tab and click on the "Default" button for internet security. This might contradict your antivirus software, but it could give you an idea of what the problem is. If you let your antivirus software reconfigure after the change, if the change works, I suspect everything will be stable.</div>
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by golly, nigel...you got it! thanks!!!!
 
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