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andhy_wong

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Hi all,

I have a question about Kerio WinRoute Firewall:

After We installing Kerio WInroute Firewall 6.2.2, we have problems with our Yahoo Mail. We can't read the next or previous messages when we push "Next" or "Previous" button and we also can't delete the messages we have opened. These problems happen in the Firewall PC and Client's PC.

Please advice us how to solve the above mentioned problems.

Thank you for your kind attention and cooperation.

Regards,
Andhy
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xpinx2pin

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yeah 1 had same problem, i cannot read email from next, prev, eithel inbox link,

can someone give some solution.

thx
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amirali1353

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Hi
you problem is solved?

please tell me if you solved the problem

with best regards

a.a.jamali Surprised
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an2ny79

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Disable first all the HTTP Policy you have, then try again. Maybe you are blocking downloadable files that are needed by the system..
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