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Trying to access ebay and get status 503 error

http status 503  apache tomcat/5.5.15-150

Using IE7.

When I use google chrome there is no problem
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by:John Hurst
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I have been using IE7 on XP and latterly on Vista and have never had an error trying to use eBay.
Is IE your default browser? It is my default browser, but I don't know if that is related or not. Are your IE privacy or security settings interfering with eBay?
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Deleted all cookies and it worked
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