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I have Safari on my Apple iMac OS X. I used Smilebox to create some invitations last year. Now when I try to use the site it says that Smilebox 'is not a registered protocol'. Same problem

I want to create invitations on Smilebox. I can Google the site and open it, but when I try to move from the homepage, both my browsers (Safari and Camino) say that Smilebox 'is not a registered protocol'. What can I do?

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