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Safari Problem Sometimes using Safari, to logging in Hotmail, I get this error message ? "Safari can't open the page".

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    Safari won't open no files

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This is very easily solved, following the steps below -

Go to Preferences > Security
Under "Accept cookies", choose "Always".
Close preferences.

Hope this helped you.

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If this error comes sometimes, it means there is peek hours of using hotmail and re-load or refresh can solve your problem. safari as a new browser it might have some loopholes to solve yet. 
dont bother, re-load/refresh of page will be most appropriate solution for this problem. 

Posted on Nov 24, 2008

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