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Email Why do I have to sign in every time I want to read my email, even though I have checked the box to say I want to remain signed in? I can access my email from my office without signing in but not on my home computer where the program was installed.

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Hi,
it was better if u have specifeid on which domain u r having ur ud.
still this might be the cause..
1. Some browsers(like opera and firefox) are programmed to erase all cookies and passwords after you close the browser. You can check that in the tools tab in firefox and preference in opera. Internet explorer 7 also has this feature.

2. In some email client you cannot log into same account from two different Computer....So when u log into one at the other end it is logged off...this might be one of the reason.

3. Or try this www.eprompter.com ...download this free software and get rid of email handling...

Hope to get rated as helpful.

Regards
Bzoy...

Posted on Dec 31, 2007

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