Can't open links in e-mails
Thread poster: Louise Mawbey
Louise Mawbey  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 17:05
German to English
Nov 23, 2004

I'm using T-online 5 for e-mails and Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0.2800.1106. I have just had a new computer and now I can't open internet links sent to me in e-mails. Internet Explorer gives an error message when I click on them.

"Die Seite kann nicht angezeigt werden.
Die gewünschte Seite ist zurzeit nicht verfügbar. Möglicherweise sind technische Schwierigkeiten aufgetreten oder Sie sollten die Browsereinstellungen überprüfen"

The combination of these two programmes worked on my old computer and I do not know what settings could be different now.

Any ideas?


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xxxBrandis
Local time: 17:05
English to German
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find the right provider Nov 23, 2004

Hi! I also used t-online providing systems, but I was unhappy, you would know equally why, otherwise you would put a questions. I use hotmail and yahoo for external communication but I use proz.com hosting systems, where I can set the mail box limit myself. Yes that is a very good solution, for a reqular translator. I have a control panel, and I can administer whatever I do myself. If I do anything wrong I see the result. Very simple. Good luck with the search for a probable solution that fits you.
Rgds,
Brandis


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Fernando Toledo  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 17:05
German to Spanish
Mixing terms Nov 23, 2004

Brandis wrote:

Hi! I also used t-online providing systems, ....... I use proz.com hosting systems, where I can set the mail box limit myself. ....
Brandis


Your provider is where you get your IP address, in this case T-Online. Witch or how many email accounts you have is another history. Yahoo, Hotmail and all free email services are not sure and your name is in a list ready to be sell to any company. How else do you think they get his money?

I do not understand what you mean with "box limit" how many GB can you have in your Proz account? are all your attachments in his server?

How about indexing your mails?


Mawbey wrote:
I'm using T-online 5 for e-mails and Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0.2800.1106.


The best is you ask your provider T-Online, you are paying for it; it is your right to use there services


Rgds



[Edited at 2004-11-23 21:35]


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Sven Petersson  Identity Verified
Sweden
Local time: 17:05
English to Swedish
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The Cure Nov 24, 2004

On the Tools menu, click Internet Options.
Click the Programs tab.
Click the Reset Web Settings button.


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Louise Mawbey  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 17:05
German to English
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Wonderful Nov 24, 2004

Sven Petersson wrote:

On the Tools menu, click Internet Options.
Click the Programs tab.
Click the Reset Web Settings button.



Thanks Sven, you're a genius - it now works perfectly


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