Re: AOL connectivity
Thanks. Didn't work. I should say that Firefox works just fine getting to
my AOL mail.
> You may be able to allow your AOL site by setting it as an "allowed site."
> In IE, click Tools, Internet Options. On the Privacy tab, click the Sites
> button. Type (or paste) the URL for the AOL site there and click Allow. That
> will enter the site name as a "trusted site" which should permit you to
> access it without lowering security settings for other sites.
> AOL is notorious for "unusual features," and I don't use it; but this method
> works elsewhere.
> "Edwin M" wrote:
> > Sorry. I should have been more specific. At the suggestion of Sony support,
> > I went to internet options/security/ and unchecked the Enable Protected Mode.
> > That just doesn't seem like the right thing to do. Thanks,
> > --
> > Ed
> > "PA Bear [MS MVP]" wrote:
> > > Without turning off what security?
> > >
> > > Edwin M wrote:
> > > > I have a new system running Vista and Internet Explorer 7 and a wireless
> > > > connection. I cannot get my AOL e-mail without turning off the security
> > > > in
> > > > Explorer 7 and that makes me nervous. Any ideas?
> > >
> > >