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I have a Casio 105 upgraded to PPC with the ROM chip. I have a question regarding the Pocket IE browser. While much better than old 2.11 third party browsers, I cannot utilize OWA webmail from either my employer's web access or my ISP's. The page loads with all frames, but the mail will not open. Any explanation? I get the feeling it might be a java script issue. Thanks, JDPK

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Re: Need your knowledge base

Were you able to access your mail with the earlier CE 2.11 version before the upgrade ? I too am using a rom upgraded E-105 I don't think it is a problem with java script issue since I have been accessing mail from my ISP both through the http ( online & browser) mode as well as the standard POP mode. My ISP is running strictly on UNIX & Java. Hope this helps.

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