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safari and the calendar

since i cannot use IE to get onto OWE because of the identity certificate issue I am going on through Safari. This presents yet another problem. I cannot view the 30 day calendar. My only options are for daily and weekly. HELP!! I hate Exchange. It should not be sold as being compatible with MAC. It simply has too many problems.
My other issue is if I go on through Explorer I can't access the site - it tells me I do not have a valid identity certificate. Does anyone know if Netscape would solve both of these problems?
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rdeahl
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Dave_WatkinCommented:
No, but I'm pretty sure the new release of firefox will cure all you pain.

http://www.mozilla.org/products/firefox/

Let me know how you get on.
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paranoidcookieCommented:
Have you got the latest version of IE? This certificate problem seems pretty strange Im using IE to connect to OWE, have you checked your security settings in IE preferences to see if anything is set too high? Try  adding the owe server address into your trusted zones
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jonberghCommented:
this is a long shot but if the date/time on your machine is way off then some website authentication schemes return the old security-certificate-is-messed-up error.

1) get the latest IE
2) empty the History, Cache, Cookies
3) check your Date and Time
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