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Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by sscpord, Oct 3, 2003.

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  1. sscpord

    sscpord Thread Starter

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    For a while now I have been getting this message whenever I want to e-mail a link .. Before, it always worked, then it started working with some and not working with others .. now it seems it always does not work .. Have tried to tackle it with Compaq and my ISP. My ISP suggested I upgrade my Internet Explorer, which I did, but it still does not work ..
    Can anyone explain what this is Please
    Oh, when I searched for the emaillink.htm file, it was empty and maybe I did something because it says altered on such and such a date ..



    file://C:\Program Files\CommonName\Toolbar\emaillink.htm

    If I open the file in a word processor this is what I get

    <SCRIPT TYPE="text/javascript" LANGUAGE="JavaScript1.2">
    var strTitle=window.external.menuArguments.document.title;
    var strAddress=window.external.menuArguments.document.location.href;

    var strUrl
    strUrl="http://www.commonname.com/English/WebMail/EmailLink.asp?url="+strAddress+"&subject="+strTitle;

    var newWin;
    newWin=window.open(strUrl,"EmailLink","width=410,height=300,resizable=1,status=0,menubar=0,scrollbars=0,fullscreen=0");
    newWin.focus();
    </SCRIPT>




    Thanks in advance for any help you can give
     
  2. AKA Arizona

    AKA Arizona

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    Can you say spyware? not to be mean or anything its just that "commonname" is spyware and its very difficult to get rid of. you need to install and run Spybot search & destroy and Lavasoft adware 6.0
     
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