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Slow Juno Web mail

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by Kerosine, Mar 29, 2011.

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  1. Kerosine

    Kerosine Thread Starter

    Mar 29, 2011
    Juno Webmail VERY VERY Slow

    I have recently been seeing the same problem as the previous poster listed below. A particular offender in the ad stream seems to be cyclops.untd.com. Clearing cookies and history have not changed anything. Norton also seems to have not been effective. Is this some sort of Malware issue? Any suggestions on what to try?


    Juno Webmail VERY Slow
    I searched Google for some info to help my mom and found that someone once posted here what seems to be exactly the same problem, but without any replies. Here's the issue:

    "Have Windows XP. Barrage of Constant advertising keeps popping up in the lower Notification area being so bad I have to wait minutes before I can even access my e-mail. I also have problems sending e-mail as the ads just don't quit--I type a few letters then have to wait again. Have asked for Juno help and done everything they asked but the problem seems to be worse than ever. Seems to be just on their site. Anybody have any answers? Thanks"

    Anyone have any ideas??? is this an IE config issue or just a bunch of scripts running on the page... maybe disable all that stuff??
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