2012/10/15 at 3:59 PM #880
I am using X-Notifier with Yahoo! Mail and recently the link is red and when I click it it says “No site configured at this address”.
It’s happening rather often.2012/10/16 at 6:19 PM #881
Well?2012/10/16 at 6:30 PM #882
Well, I guess… Mis-Spelling?
mb.rdbj @ Yahoo.com?
m.brbdj @ Yahoo.com?
mbrd-dj @ Yahoo.com?
even switch letter
mbdrdj @ Yahoo.com?
even wrong o and zero
mbrdbj @ Yah00.com (two zeros)
Did you confuse between username (REAL) and Alias (FAKE)
Thanks, CFBancroft2012/10/16 at 6:33 PM #883
Thank you for replying.
No, the thing is that without changing anything sometimes it works as it should and sometimes changes its behavior as I already described.
Very cool extension but those are annoying problems to have.2012/10/16 at 6:35 PM #884
Please check if you can access yahoo mail manually when you have above problem.
It can be a problem of yahoo server.2012/10/16 at 6:39 PM #885
You are correct mister.
If I try to access yahoo mail like ‘www.mail.yahoo.com’ in the browser – I get the same message.
However if I take a different route through http://www.yahoo.com and find the link to yahoo mail – it works just fine.
Could it be some restriction I don’t know about at work?2012/10/16 at 6:42 PM #886
What happens clicking ‘Check now’ when you have red links?2012/10/16 at 6:46 PM #887
When I click ‘Check Now’ the extension icon does its thing simulating that ‘it is checking’, finishes and the situation is the same afterwards – the link to “Yahoo! Mail’ is red and if I click it a new web page opens, it’s blank and that same message appears “No site configured at this address”.2012/10/16 at 6:50 PM #888
which you use for example:
mbrdbj @ mail.yahoo.com
mbrdbj @ yahoo.com
for “Username”?2012/10/16 at 6:51 PM #889
I need more detailed information.
Please mail to email@example.com
I will send you debug version.2012/10/16 at 6:58 PM #890
Are you using Chrome?
How about if you go to Chrome ‘Settings’, scroll to bottom and ‘Show advanced settings…’, and under Privacy, click ‘Clear browsing data…’ button. (I would choose ‘from the beggining of time’ ;)…
Then try ‘Check Now’.2012/10/16 at 7:00 PM #8912012/10/16 at 7:01 PM #892
It’s working now. Just like that. Let me write down what I did. I googled it and found on one site that a message like that could show up in Chrome depending on a home page one have in his browser. Aside from X-Notifier I had one more extension installer “Currently”. It shows up immediately when you open a new tab in Chrome. I disabled it, set http://www.google.com as my home page and restarted the browser. After that X-Notifier was working fine (after maybe two and a half days of problems). Just to check I brought back “Currently” extension, restarted the browser and still, it’s X-Notifier is working fine. Hope it helps.2012/10/16 at 7:17 PM #893
Are you talk about extension
That conflict with X-notifier…
You disabled it (currently).
Then set Google.com as homepage.
X-notifier works fine.
You try if see it work or not, by doing turn it on the “currently”
and it works fine with X-notifier?2012/10/16 at 7:24 PM #894
Yeah, that’s the “Currently” extension I am having.
When I checked, I had always had http://www.google.com as my home page but “Currently”‘s behavior overwrite’s it. When you open new tab, “Currently” s screen shows up automatically instead of the home page. When I disabled it (“Currently”), Google came up again as the home page, the problem with X-Notifier (Yahoo! Mail) was gone. However, after everything was alright I brought back currently and now it is once again a substitute for my home page but now X-Notifier is working fine.
I cannot explain it.
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