Unable to access secure sites
Date: Mon, 1 Dec 2003 16:53:07 -0800
I get the same message as SAL,posted,"unable to access
this page. I have tried Dell and they cannot fix it. When
I called my bank, and she had her computer and asked me to
go to Security and turn on COOKIES. She had Cookies as a
choice to ckeck or uncheck but I am missing this in the
Microsoft Internet Explorer area. I don't know what
happened to them but this is what I need to enter secure
P.S. If you know how to get directly to Microsoft via E-
Mail let me know.
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