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i've tried old and new emails, and i updated firefox, but it's still the same. When their techs fix a problem on a home based PC, do they change security enough to mess up the email? Visited the MSN Support page and discovered the Goggle tool bar and Goggle Web Accelerator may have something to do with it. Anybody with a brilliant idea what the problem could be? If I use a public computer at an internet cafe or the like - no problems. I can see in my messenger which is working that I have emails. I suddenly discovered that it was my email account that was causing the problem, and it seems to be ok now I've opened a different account. It seems the current virus software update has screwed up the ability to scan files, and the virus scan doesn't know how to even read them.
I did give them control over my computer to get the driver back on my computer. The download box opens but there is no open button. I'm going to disable web accelerator when I get home and see if it clears up the problem. I also have a problem all of a sudden downloading attachments from my hotmail emails. When I click on "download file", I get the download status popup box but it defaults to download to \Then when i click download I get an error popup box saying the destinationserver is unavailable. I have the same problem, I tried a different browser and the download function works fine, I tested with Netscape and Firefox, both successful. On my sons side in the computer everything does work normal. I have old emails with pictures, when I open them I get only a blank page. It just pops up an error saying "File contains too many embedded zip files" and won't let you touch it.
They lost a point because there has not been a recent independent code audit.
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The Linux build addresses font issues with the GTK native Look And Feel, and fixes some long standing issues about microphone level on call setup when using the Pulse Audio sound system.
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If Hotmail doesn't support the attachment type, Hotmail won't open the attachment. As we all know by now, viruses and other forms of malware are frequently transmitted by email in the form of attachments.
The problem is that no matter how many times people are told "don't open attachments from untrusted sources" they do so anyway. It's what some people call the Dancing Bunnies problem; send people an email that promises them dancing bunnies if they open the attachment, and darn it, a bunch of them are going to open that attachment no matter where it came from.
Note the magical word permanently - you can't open that attachment in Hotmail. And if you follow through and click on the "More Info..." link next to that warning message, Hotmail's online help is quite explicit: Hotmail's goal here is, obviously, to make it difficult to open malware in attachments by accident.