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Old Sep 20, 2006, 07:49 PM
buscuitboy buscuitboy is offline
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Question Problem with Hotmail and IE6

Not sure if anyone here can help me, but I'll give it a try. When trying to compose a message in my Hotmail account (web version), I am having a problem with the address book. After selecting the "TO" portion to access my address book pop-up window, it is not allowing me to enter/transfer any of the addresses into the "TO" row. The main reason is cause the "OK" & "CANCEL" options are not present within the address book window at the bottom of the box. This problem only occurs when using Hotmail (any user account) with Internet Explorer 6 on my DELL Inspiron laptop. It works fine when using Hotmail with Mozilla. It also works fine on other PCs. What setting must I change in my laptop's Internet Explorer to allow the TO & CANCEL option available in my address book window?

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