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    Re: Page Errors on Web pages (MSO 2003)

    I think it may be a conflict with your anti-virus program - is it McAfee? I found some literature on google - not your specific error - try disabling your antivirus and see if the error still occurs... if not, contact your antivirus vendor for a fix...

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    Re: Page Errors on Web pages (MSO 2003)

    Trish:

    I'll check that out... I don't use (or like) Norton. (or McAfee) . I use avast... which has been pretty good to date. But I'll post and check on their board.

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    Page Errors on Web pages (MSO 2003)

    Update:

    Interestingly, if I go to Newsweek's homepage in Internet Explorer, there are no errors. Then, if I, using cut/paste, launch the same URL in Outlook, there are no errors.

    BUT, if I, again using the same URL as the homepage for a folder, then "Show the homepage by default for the folder", I get errors.

    It has got to be something in the Outlook translation that causes the errors. I just cannot find what.

    CB
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    If I go to some sites, like washingtonpost.com, in my browser, all is fine.

    If though, I put a shortcut to that page in Outlook, I often get an error, like the the one included. Sometimes one, sometimes several per page. Eventually they stop and the page displays.

    Is this something I can fix in my Outlook settings?

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    Chuck Billow
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