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    Minor Gmail Kerio glitch?

    I had trouble logging into Gmail the other day,either I couldnt load the page or I could manage to get the login page but after signing in I'd end up with a blank.
    Steps tried:
    1. All the scans run(nothing found),call me paranoid,but I dont like it when one page out of a billion doesnt open.
    2. Firewall(Kerio) checked(has web filtering so I had to see),not blocking it,browser(both Firefox and IE not blocking it but still cant get through)
    3. Set up both the firewall and the browser to allow it,still no luck.
    4. Run a simple google check(should've done it way earlier I know,just thought I'd try to see if I could get it working by myself first..mea culpa?)
    5. Google check turns up this:
    http://blogontheweb.com/dragonspeed/.../17/11836.aspx
    I delete the cache,disable the firewall,restart the browser(every permutation and combination tried) enable the firewall again and now it seems fine.

    Anyone else have this cropping up?Know if it happens with any other firewall?Funny,because that page mentioned Kerio a hell lot and nothing else.

    Cheers.

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    personnaly Id be a hell of alot more worried if 1 page out of a million DID work, and the rest dont.
    Everyone is going to die, I am just as good of a reason as any.

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    I had the exact same problem when I first switched over to Kerio. It took me a bit longer to figure out that I had to clear Firefox cache along with the other stuff to get it working.

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    Heh

    Originally posted here by XTC46
    personnaly Id be a hell of alot more worried if 1 page out of a million DID work, and the rest dont.
    No joke.

    Can you say redirection?






    Get some good religion from Bad Religion.

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    I suffered the same problem.

    I just deleted the cache(firefox), added *.google.com to Kerio's Site exceptions and used https:// instead of http://. It worked and I got my mailbox opened

    cheers!!

    - :S:
    \"And life is what we make it. Always has been, always will be.\"

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    Originally posted here by :Singh:
    I suffered the same problem.

    I just deleted the cache(firefox), added *.google.com to Kerio's Site exceptions and used https:// instead of http://. It worked and I got my mailbox opened

    cheers!!

    - :S:

    I think I mentioned the problem was solved ages ago?I just wanted to see if anyone else's had problems with another firewall.

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    I think I mentioned the problem was solved ages ago?I just wanted to see if anyone else's had problems with another firewall.

    good you solved the problem one way, these guys solved it another. quit being a dick about them giving different solutions, perhaps somone else will have the same problem and the solution you used wont work.
    Everyone is going to die, I am just as good of a reason as any.

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    Originally posted here by XTC46
    good you solved the problem one way, these guys solved it another. quit being a dick about them giving different solutions, perhaps somone else will have the same problem and the solution you used wont work.

    lol,I'm sorry if it came out sounding that way to you,just that I'd posted it for another reason..I see your point though

    and I'm a dick w00t

    You must spread your AntiPoints around before giving it to XTC46 again.

    BAH

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