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    Problem: constantly have to log in

    Is it just me? I find even though I click "remember me," I'm constantly have to log in on this site. If it's just me, any ideas? I've not changed any Explorer settings that I'm aware of. Thanks.

    -Allen-

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    no problem here, but I run firefox
    looking for 1972 911t motor XR584, S/N 6121622

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    That happens to me on the computers at the hospital. Even if I hit refresh button I have to log in again. On the home Mac, no problems.
    Bill Morris

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    if it worked before with no problems on the same computer then try deleting your cookies, might fix it!
    Early 911S registry member #1391
    Built '65, MY66 911 in total restoration

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    same problem AND I run Firefox - started after the new bbs was set up

    very annoying

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    Persisting your login is done with cookies. If you are having trouble maintaining a login there may be something corrupt in your early911s cookie or your browser is set to block cookies. To resolve this delete your early911s cookie or all cookies and/or unblock cookies in your browser.

    Here is a reference note for IE. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/278835
    Early 911S Admin | #1582 | Jeremy Simmons | 70T

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmoanz View Post
    Persisting your login is done with cookies. If you are having trouble maintaining a login there may be something corrupt in your early911s cookie or your browser is set to block cookies. To resolve this delete your early911s cookie or all cookies and/or unblock cookies in your browser.

    Here is a reference note for IE. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/278835
    I have now deleted all my cookies; the site did not recognize me when I came back after doing this. I hope this fixes it, corrupted cookies sounds reasonable enough. Thanks.

    -Allen-

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr 911E View Post
    I have now deleted all my cookies; the site did not recognize me when I came back after doing this. I hope this fixes it, corrupted cookies sounds reasonable enough. Thanks.

    -Allen-
    Deleting all my cookies did the trick. Thanks for the help!

    -Allen-

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