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Can't read any of my email!

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by jimmym2212, Jun 29, 2005.

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  1. jimmym2212

    jimmym2212 Thread Starter

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    For some reason I cannot read any of my email. I have verizon dsl and have 3 computers set up to the network. On my two desktops I can't read any of my Yahoo, Verizon, or Comcast mail. However on the laptop I can. I don't understand. I downloaded Firefox to try that and still no luck. I don't know what else to do. I was wondering if anyone else has had this problem and if they fixed it. I also can't use ebay for some reason. Some other sites don't work either. Please help...
     
  2. kiwiguy

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    Welcome!

    You say "you can't read any of your email" on 2 of the PCs.
    Does this mean its in a foreign language (hence you cannot read it)?

    Or do you mean you cannot access your email.

    Sorry, but the problem is not clear from this end.
    If you get error messages, they could be helpful

    Is this Webmail or POP3 email?

    Do we assume that you use Windows? Versions?
     
  3. jimmym2212

    jimmym2212 Thread Starter

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    Sorry,

    I can't access the email. It's webmail through each of the sites. The page will just timeout and refreshing won't help either. I use Windows XP. Anything else that would help just let me know.
     
  4. jimmym2212

    jimmym2212 Thread Starter

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    Nevermind, I fixed it. Had to change the MTU count on my router or whatever. Thanks anyways. :rolleyes:
     
  5. Davey7549

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    Jimmy

    Welcome to TSG!

    Was your MTU (Max Transmission Unit) packet size set to high or to low and what did you do to determine optimal size for network?

    Dave
     
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