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    Default Unable to use hosted demo

    Whomever can help,

    I'm having difficulty getting the hosted demo to work. I've tried using both IE and Firefox. I basically just see a lot of plain text displayed in the browser--most of which is overlapping itself (see image). Am I missing a setting somewhere that I need to set?

    Thanks.

    Rob Holcomb
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    There should be no problem using the demo, I've just checked and I can see it with no problems. Just 'in case' try clearing your browser's cache and see if that helps and try again.
    Last edited by phoenix; 12-31-2005 at 12:43 PM.
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    Default javascript

    Is javascript enabled? Which versions of the browsers?

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    Default Something wrong with that?

    Quote Originally Posted by rcholcomb
    most of which is overlapping itself (see image).
    That looks fine to me, nothing wrong that I can see.<P>



    Just kiddin'.

    When I did the demo, it worked fine. Hope things work out, but if you are trying to decide about whether or not to move to Zimbra, I give you the double thumbs up.

    My team has been using Zimbra for a little over a month and are very happy with how it works and the capabilities it is bringing our team.

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    Default Still not working...

    Thanks for everyone's replies so far.

    I am using the following two browsers (with the same results as shown in the screenshot):

    IE 6 SP2
    Firefox 1.5

    Javascript does appear to be enabled...Clearing the cache did not work either....

    Rob

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    Default images?

    Do you have it set up not to display images by default?

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    Default Images are set to be displayed by default

    Yes, I have all images to be shown by default...

    Rob

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    Default problem not on the demo

    We know the hosted demo works, so it's not the server.

    We know that you're using supported browsers.

    Javascript, images are enabled.

    Have you tried accessing from another PC? I'd like to narrow this down to a problem on your local box.

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    Default Update the Java Runtime Environment?

    Quote Originally Posted by marcmac
    I'd like to narrow this down to a problem on your local box.
    Marc...might rcholcomb need to run an update to the Java Runtime version?

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    I doubt java is the problem, since we don't use it on the client side.

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