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Re: NetSOL blames Microsoft for its problems...
At 05:49 PM 4/29/99 -0400, John Fraizer wrote: > > >Will it ever end? Now they're blaming Microsoft for their problems. I >personally use netscape and received the same error this individual is >complaining about. >>Thank you for contacting Network Solutions. >> >>The problem that you are experiencing in obtaining a secure connection >>is an error within the Microsoft web browser. Microsoft web browsers >>often have problems connecting to sites which use advanced Secure >>Socket Layers. I'm sure the thousands and thousands of website operators seeing SSL connections from IE are surprised to learn this. Note too that this reply fails to note which of the various versions of IE contains this "error"...I think that even MS would have corrected such a problem if it existed. >>We recommend you use a browser such as Netscape Navigator to gain >>access to our Web site. The software is available as a free download >>from Netscape's Web site at www.netscape.com. Is it possible that this suggestion is made because of this:? http://netsol.com/news/pr_19981217.html HERNDON, Va. and MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. Dec. 17, 1998 -- Network Solutions, Inc. (NASDAQ: NSOL), the pioneer of registering Web addresses and Netscape Communications Corporation (NASDAQ: NSCP) today announced a global marketing agreement to promote Network Solutions' Web address registration services through a majority of Netscape's domestic and international channels on its leading Netscape Netcenter portal site. Microsoft has no such deal. "Let there be light!"...and God invented Thomas Edison. Dean Robb Owner, PC-EASY (757) 495-EASY  On-site computer repair, upgrades and consultations Lead SimOps columnist/reviewer on http://WWW.TheGamers.Net