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Assman
post Nov 2 2008, 02:46 AM
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Hi everyone,

Here's my problem, I'm using messenger 8.5.1302 and the latest stuffplug. Installed stuffplug mostly to let me open email in the 'real' browser smile.gif and everything has been always working correctly (basically since the stuffplug supporting ff2 & 3 came out) until today afternoon.

Messenger signs in ok, I click email button FF3 opens but all of the sudden it's asking me to sign-in via hotmail, if I sign-in again via hotmail it takes me to my email but if I close browser and attempt to check email again I have to sign-in via hotmail site. I have tried cleaning cookies and all that but no success. Is it a glitch with hotmail? Like I said it never happened before.

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MattyRid
post Nov 2 2008, 05:25 AM
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If you check your messenger settings (Tools -> Options), in the Security section, check that "Ask for my password when I go to Hotmail and other...." is ticked. More than likely that is the cause.


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post Nov 2 2008, 09:08 AM
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Or, when it prompts for your password, does it say in red "the password you have entered is incorrect please enter the correct password"?


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