From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows 2002 Government Server Edition; en-US) Gecko/2002062109 BuildID: 2002062109 I went to https://www.enom.com/Login.asp, and logged in. I browsed my domains and clicked "configure" under DNS Settings (zone file). I then made some changed and clicked "save changes". I was then returned to the same page (zonefile edit page) and my changes were not there (ie Mozilla never sent them to eNom). I inputted my changes again and hit save....same thing...again...again... This bug has been in the Mozilla since the 20020613 build. It is not eNom, as Internet Explorer handles the form correctly. I hope we have some coders who use eNom... this is a pain in the neck to use IE for this one site (everything else works in Mozilla on the eNom site that I'm aware of right now). Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: See description Actual Results: My changes to my zonefile were not sent to eNom. Mozilla basically just reloaded the page. Expected Results: Mozilla sends updated zonefile form to eNom, I end up back at the main screen for my domain.
OSCP response is invalid because it give a date that is in the future.
Summary: mozilla chokes on eNom.com zonefile edit form → enom.com - Mozilla chokes on enom.com zonefile edit form
Still a bug in release in 1.1. 100% reproducible. Setting of OCSD does not affect it in any way.
On Mozilla trunk 2002112711 win32 this bug is fixed. This bug annoyed me to no end, as I had to open up and unlock Internet Exploiter to edit my zonefile. This bug, is fixed. As for needing a login, using fake info (no CC number or domain name registration required) you can signup for an account at enom.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 16 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
Product: Tech Evangelism → Tech Evangelism Graveyard
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