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I use Netscape 4.76 on my very old iMac, it was to
much trouble to switch everything to Netscape 7.
Suddenly when I click on links a window drops down
and opens with lots of choices and the key
shortcuts, I then have to choose one of those and
click again. It's very time consuming and
Barb in Pollock Pines, CA
Bob Nocero wrote to netscape-users:
>I have tried to use the composer's "publish" setting like my ftp
>software but it never completes the connection or errors out. Is there
>something I am missing? Can I use it like my ftp software to save time,
>or am I just not entering the preliminary information correctly?
There is a Netscape forum on the netscape.com web site. I had a problem
with not being able to connect to my SMTP server. Even the Verizon
techie could not figure out how to fix the problem. I found the forum,
a compuserve forum, signed on and within 12 hours I had two replies with
the fix. I had set the outgoing port to 110, the same as incoming, when
it should be 25.
I have changed my ISP on Broadband and am using Netscape 7.1 on Windows XP.
I have send mail from my own email address from my own computer, but
cannot receive it. I have to go online to do it from the webmail page.
Can someone tell me how to find out where I put the password in from the
mail set up area please.
Please in plain languange as I am not computer literate on setup type things.
I need step by step instructions.
My ISP doesn't have any instructions on Netscape at all. Only Linux and
I don't want to change from Netscape as I love it but am having increasing
problems with Help desks that don't cater for us Netscape devotees.
My computer tech is great for most things, but as he has only 2 customers
that use Netscape he is also fiddling around in the dark.
Joy - Melbourne Australia