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    Question Cookies error

    When trying to log into webmail in IE7 we get the cookies disabled error,if hit the login button again it will go through. This happens on all machines. Please find the attachment for the same.
    Please advice on what needs to be done.

    We are using ZCS 5.0.9 network edition

    Thanks in Advance
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    Last edited by indu; 10-29-2008 at 03:39 AM.

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    Default Is your problem fixed?

    Hi,
    We have the same problem as yours. Do you have a solution for this problem?
    Thanks.
    PL

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    WE still have the problem. HAvenot received any valuble comments on the same yet!

    Did u try log in from the same server Ip range or subnet. If there u find no cookies error can be network rules . For us we still have it.

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    Default Have you looked at the preauth option yet?

    It appears to me that preauth is the way to go. I'm still reading the docs. Let you know if it works for us.
    Thanks.
    PL

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