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AOL Mail website not loading correctly in Internet Explorer

Posted on 2011-09-08
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We have users that access AOL mail to view some of their emails (https://my.screenname.aol.com). For some odd reason recently this web page does not load correctly in any version of internet explorer; however, when loaded in Firefox it loads correctly. There are no proxy settings, I have reset and cleared all the internet explorer settings. Also the odd thing is that its happening with every computer in the building. So in summary it works with Firefox but not with any version of internet explorer and when I try to access AOL mail from my office with internet explorer it works perfectly fine. I am trying to figure out what the underlying cause of this issue could be if anybody could help me figure this out. Thanks
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the problem is from AOL not from you
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If the problem is with AOL how come I can get it to work on internet explorer at one location but not at another location (two separate networks)?
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a slow connexion?
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That cannot be it because it works perfectly fine in Mozilla FireFox
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or a firewall blocking some contents
if you have a notebook try to connect with it at home
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the way FF and IE load a web page is totally different, that's why FF say I'm the faster browser waiting a new IE version saying the samething
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