I need help about this matter. Can you help me?


I have a little problem of course. I have a Windows XP installation in a DELL Laptop computer, Internet Explorer 6 with SP1. The configuration of this Internet Explorer permits all cookies, but I can't open my hotmail account from this browser. The error message recommends that I enable the cookies, but the cookies just enables in Internet Explorer configuration.

I did all this: delete the historical, cookies, close browser, also restart the PC, open windows explorer, put on screen my \\Documents and settings\user.\Cookies & \\Documents and settings\user. \Localt config. \Temporarly IE files folders and observes the creation of cookies when I try to open my hotmail account. The cookie creates on disks, the cookie s list of acceptance show me that accept hotmail cookie , but I can't open the hotmail account anyway. My PC have a commute connection, have a real IP (no behind proxy), I think that does not matter. I can open this hotmail account from other PCs without problems (include PCs behind a proxy server). From this same PC I can open my yahoo account too! The PC has an NTFS system, but I checked the permissions in cookies folder are full access, all is ok. I need help about this matter.


This question was answered on April 10, 2003. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.


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Posted by ricardo of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on April 10, 2003