How does one fix this problem?

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  1. PJ

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    This past week, I've gotten the following message when posting. It happened several times but not always:

    I mentioned this to Sue and she suggested I ask you fellas about it. It's not browser specific; I'm getting the same message on all of my browsers. I am not able to post when this message comes up.

    Any help you can provide is much appreciated! [​IMG]
     
  2. James_Newman

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    Its probably nothing you can do. That is a server message, for some reason it is not allowing you to access the page that the browser is requesting.
     
  3. Don

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    Could be a corrupted cookie. If using Internet Explorer, you could try going to Tools, Internet Options, and on the first tab, under Browsing History, click on Delete. If given the option, delete all temporary files and cookies.
     
  4. PJ

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    A server message? A mystery indeed. I mainly use Foxfire and Safari. I hadn't thought about a cookie problem. Thank you, gentlemen. [​IMG]
     
  5. MRCoon

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    Could be a simple server overload that is processing your request during peak traffic and since it obviously doesn't effect you all the time I would say it rules out a cookie issue.
     

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