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help - ie7 and ie 6 autocomplete won't work now that our site is ssl

Posted on 2008-06-19
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We have an admin area used by our clients. It use to just be http:// but we switched the entire area to https://  There is a form that allows them to send a document via email from the admin area, and before the to email field used to autocomplete just through the standard ie 7 autocomplete tool. We didn't build our own autocomplete, it was just working using the built in autocomplete provided by the user's ie browser.  When we switched the page to ssl, now the autocomplete of ie doesn't work. If I go to the same page with firefox, it works fine.  We tried setting autocomplete = "on" in the form, and that didn't fix it. Does anyone know a work around or way to tell ie 7 to allow autocomplete to work on this ssl page?
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