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  1. Langford

    New Webmail Launched

    Remember, way back when we were programming in BASIC or FORTRAN and we wanted to interchange two variables ? Remember what would happen if we didn't make up a third, dummy variable name to store one of the two when making the switch ? Spamcop [apparently] has a new server with the same name as before, and may even have a new IP address ... I dunno ... just a wild guess. What worries me is when I look at a Spamcop URL with Venkman's [J]avascript Debugger and it comes up blank as already described. That's how phishers capture login information - its goes right into one of those blanks. How do I know that I haven't been broadcasting my Spamcop username and password into some hacker's account through one of those Spamcop blank-page URL's ? Langford
  2. Langford

    New Webmail Launched

    Now, when I look at the sourcecode at: https://216.154.195.51/horde/imp/ I see 173 lines of code, except that Line 56 reads: and when I try to look at the sourcecode at: https://webmail.spamcop.net/horde/imp/ I get the accursed blank page, and when I go to that mysterious URL: https://216.154.195.51/horde/imp/redirect.php I see the same 173 lines of code. I can't tell what's been excised ... but I still can't get past the webmail.spamcop.net login page. I guess I'm looking at a moving target ... Langford
  3. Langford

    New Webmail Launched

    Continuing this research project in the absence of any admins: When I apply Venkman's java scri_pt Debugger to the URL's https://webmail.spamcop.net/ and https://webmail.spamcop.net/horde/imp/ I get what look at first glance to be identical sourcecodes, 174 lines of code in each, and yet there is no file called index.htm, index.html, Index.htm, or Index.html at the second URL. I've even tried using the IP address for webmail.spamcop.net: https://216.154.195.51/ and https://216.154.195.51/horde/imp/ For the first URL (third in this reply) I get the same 174 lines of code, but for the fourth URL I get (twice): I'm not very sure about this, but it looks as though there's been a change of server IP address which has not yet propagated through the "system." Something strange is going on. Here's a quote: but what I actually typed and can still see has the "J" in Gavascript capitalized and no underscore between the "i" and the "p." Mebbe that's what always happens when one types out Gavascript in an HTML-coded page. Never mind ... Langford
  4. Langford

    New Webmail Launched

    Restarting the PC had no effect either. When I remarked about a page not loading: https://webmail.spamcop.net/horde/imp/redirect.php DT replied: > I'm not sure how or why you're winding up at that URL. I just did a login from a web server using Lynx and never encountered that page. > Be sure you're using this URL: https://webmail.spamcop.net/ I've tried both the http and https versions of the URL ... Here's where that URL originates in the sourcecode of https://webmail.spamcop.net/ 1 <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd"> 2 <!-- IMP: Copyright 2001-2006, The Horde Project. IMP is under the GPL. --> 3 <!-- Horde Project: http://horde.org/ | IMP: http://horde.org/imp/ --> 4 <!-- GNU Public License: http://www.fsf.org/copyleft/gpl.html --> 5 <html lang="en-US"><head> ... snippage ... 56 <form name="imp_login" action="https://webmail.spamcop.net/horde/imp/redirect.php" method="post" target="_parent"> Langford
  5. Langford

    New Webmail Launched

    DT offered: >Are you trying the "http" or the "https" version of the login URL? Either way, dump all your caches, history etc., do full restarts and try again and report back. I'm on a WinXP(HomeSP2) using Firefox (and IE, just to test), behind a Linksys router, and am having no problems logging in. The use of the automatic fill-in shouldn't have any effect whatsoever. Nope; I cleared everything in Firefox - history, passwords, cookies, etc. I then logged out of debian and back in again. No effect. Now 'll try a restart of the PC. Langford
  6. Langford

    New Webmail Launched

    Following up on my own post - I bit the bullet and tried IE on PC No.3, with the result that I get a "The page cannot be displayed" error. The offending page is: https://webmail.spamcop.net/horde/imp/redirect.php When I look at the sourcecode for that page with Venkman's java scri_pt Debugger, all I get is: < 1 > In a word: blank. Langford
  7. Langford

    New Webmail Launched

    Hello Spamcop: PC No.1 is running Linux/debian/Sarge & Firefox; PC No.2 is running Win98SE & Firefox; and PC No.3 is running WinXPHE & Mozilla. None of them will access webmail from the new Login page, whether I use the automatic fillin feature of Mozilla/Firefox or whether I type in my username and password directly. The "loading" icon just spins for a while and then stops. PC No.2 does a little better - a new page loads, but it is blank. PC's No.1 & 2 are behind a SmoothWall.org hardware firewall. PC No.3 is connected through just a LinkSys router; the others also go through the router. Langford
  8. Langford

    New Webmail Launched

    Hello Spamcop: PC No.1 is running Linux/debian/Sarge & Firefox; PC No.2 is running Win98SE & Firefox; and PC No.3 is running WinXPHE & Mozilla. None of them will access webmail from the new Login page, whether I use the automatic fillin feature of Mozilla/Firefox or whether I type in my username and password directly. The "loading" icon just spins for a while and then stops. PC No.2 does a little better - a new page loads, but it is blank. PC's No.1 & 2 are behind a SmoothWall.org hardware firewall. PC No.3 is connected through just a LinkSys router; the others also go through the router. Langford
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