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Airport connection working, but only certain

My mac airport connection is working, but only certain webpages are loading on safari on my mac -  I can get cnn.com but not nytimes.com. Other macs on the same airport work just fine. Also, my mac mail inbox sometimes works and sometimes doesn't.
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You might have a proxy set in safari settings.
follow these steps to remove it.
good luck

Posted on Jun 18, 2009

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