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15-Jul-2012, 06:24 PM #1
Solved: Can't print aol mail on wireless printer
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Thank You for reading this. The problem. Unable to print aol mail on DELL v305w wireless printer laptop computer inspiron 1420, able to print from wordpad or any other application, error message line2126, script error, code0 URL: res://iefram.dll/preview.js. I have a desktop computer inspiron 530, on a home network with the above, cant print from aol mail either.
If anyone could advise me on this i would appreciate it deeply.
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15-Jul-2012, 09:22 PM #2
Are you clicking a specific link or button on the AOL e-mail's site to print a message? Going to File -> Print in Internet Explorer isn't going to work. Web pages are not simple text. They're programs. You have to use the print function, if any, provided by AOL.
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16-Jul-2012, 05:13 PM #3
Thanks for responding, perhaps I didn't make myself clear. I am talking about e-mails from people not websites, and I am using the print icon next to the e-mails by AOL. By the way I can print the e-mails very well on an epson C88 connected with cable to my desktop, and actually the laptop can print on this printer as well, It is the Dell V305w which can't print aol mail.
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16-Jul-2012, 10:43 PM #4
An e-mail is an e-mail is an e-mail. It doesn't matter who sent it. I'm asking if you're clicking on a specific button or link in the AOL e-mail web interface to print these messages.

Now you're mentioning other computers and/or printers that work just fine. Be specific. Is this problem just with one specific computer? Is it just this one specific computer that cannot print to one specific printer? Other computers can print the e-mails to the same printer? This computer can print e-mails to other printers? When you start talking about other equipment, you need to be very clear what combinations of hardware and software work and which don't.

The brief error message you posted seems to indicate you're trying to print e-mail messages from your AOL account in Internet Explorer. Is that correct? And you're doing this on a Windows Server operating system like Windows Server 2003? 2008? 2008 R2? Why are you using a server operating system for web browsing and e-mail checking? Windows Server operating systems have different security settings specifically because it's dangerous and unnecessary to use them for daily web browsing activity.
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17-Jul-2012, 07:38 AM #5
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And you're doing this on a Windows Server operating system like Windows Server 2003? 2008? 2008 R2?
I was kind of wondering the same thing. This really has nothing to do with Windows Servers.
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17-Jul-2012, 08:53 AM #6
moved to web & email as a more suitable location than windows server
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17-Jul-2012, 10:33 AM #7
First of all I thank You for Your dedication to try to solve my problem. Here is the specific setup: 2 computers inspiron 1420 and 530 are on a home network, the first is a wireless laptop connected by netgear 2.4G router to the 530. there are 2 printers. epson 88c is connected by cable to 530, the desktop. the other DEll v305w is a wireless printer. My search engine is google chrome, I haven't opened IE over 6 mths. Up to about 3 mths ago, there was no problem, I could print e-mails from any computer to any printer, sorry i don't really understand much about windows servers, i don't even know how to access it, I just click on the printer icon on the R side of the e-mail screen. Here is how it is now. The 1420 laptop can print everything on the epson 88 printer, so can the 530 desktop. Neither computer can print aol e-mails on the Dell v305w, but text from wordpad, or other applications print OK. Also if I try to print printer test page from either computer it goes all right as well.
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17-Jul-2012, 10:41 AM #8
Google Chrome is a web browser, not a search engine. Google.com is a search engine, and you can access it from any web browser.

Post a screen shot of the exact error you get. I don't get why you'd see an "iefram" (assuming it's ieframe) error from the Chrome web browser.
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17-Jul-2012, 01:26 PM #9
Thanks for all Your efforts, I solved the problem by importing aol mail to google chrome, and it prints all right from there.
Thanks again, have a nice day!
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17-Jul-2012, 01:27 PM #10
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Thanks for all Your efforts, I solved the problem by importing aol mail to google chrome, and it prints all right from there.
Thanks again, have a nice day!
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I have no idea what this means. Google Chrome is a web browser. It doesn't have an e-mail client.
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