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*** Bug 156938 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
I've created a new profile but the bug still persists (not a corrupt profile problem that was considered in one of the dupes). Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.1b) Gecko/20020729
I am having the same problem, but seeing a different error: Error: uncaught exception: Permission denied to get property HTMLDocument.Compose Running NT 4, Mozilla build 2002073108.
In the duplicate bug, I asked people to try the site under a brand-new Mozilla profile. If you haven't seen the Profile Manager before, you can launch Mozilla from a console like this: [(path to Mozilla)] ./mozilla -profilemanager to make the Profile Manager come up. Once it comes up, choose "Create New Profile" and that may make the error/bug go away. In the duplicate bug, people reported this made no difference, (e.g. see Comment #5 above), but I'm wondering if this fixes the problem for anybody here; thanks -
New profile, same results (see Comment #10)
Matt: thanks. cc'ing Henrik from the related bug 148142.
this is *not* related to bug 156452
This happens in recent 1.0.1 builds as well. I think this is due to the fix for bug 154930. The popup for the address book contains document.domain = "us.f130.mail.yahoo.com"; however the mail compose window which is at us.f130.mail.yahoo.com does not set the domain. I would think Evangelism.
We have communicated with Microsoft and their fix for bug 154930 is the same as ours, so we should have help in the evangelism effort if they decide to release it (their statements on Bugtraq downplayed the problem).
We'll work w/Yahoo.
Have we confirmed that this problem was caused by the fix for 154930? If so, this is an Evangelism issue.
Please confirm asap if this is evangelism as I just randomly encountered this which reminded me to follow up to see. ;-) Thanks.
Accepting. I'll contact them.
Tested with MacTBird GM candidate 4136.16a. Went through the steps initially reported. I checked an addressee and clicked on "Insert Checked Contacts" - Address Book stayed open and blank window came up. Verifying bug on Mac TBird/
*** Bug 162945 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Comment on attachment 95897 [details] [diff] [review] control document.domain checking via pref (1.0 branch patch) r=syd
I've moved this patch to bug 154930 since it would effectively re-open that bug, and this one is really an evangelism issue.
*** Bug 164148 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
FTR I've encountered this bug as well. Sent mail to Yahoo reporting it. ----- I'm NOT a Microsoft Internet Explorer fan. Unfortunatly tho' some of your pages only work properly with IE. The Email Address book doesn't work correctly on Netscape 4.7, and Mozilla 1.1 Two specific problems I've encountered: 1. Using the address book it only shows the first page. clicking 'Next' has no effect. 2. after checking entries to add to the email recepient list, clicking the 'add to email' button has no effect. This functionality does work in the MicroSloth product. Thanks, --------
*** Bug 164984 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 165071 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 165105 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
OK, now I'm really confused. Based on the comments in bug 154930, I decided to try Yahoo Mail with both 1.0.1.rc2 and 188.8.131.5220829. Both showed the same problem described in bug 160339, even with strict_domain_checking set to false. So I decided to go back and use Mozilla 1.0 with Yahoo Mail. Now, I am seeing bug 160339 with Mozilla 1.0. To make things even worse, I now see the same problem with Internet Explorer 5.50.4807.2300IC with SP2 and hotfixes 306121, 312461, 313675, 316059, 313829, 319182, and 321232 applied. Another computer I tried with IE 5.5 worked just fine. I have sent an email to Yahoo support. They replied that they will look into my report.
*** Bug 160474 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 162768 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
9/02/02 Sorry, first time with Bugzilla, I'm probably doing this all wrong, but I have information that is relevant (non technical). Had exactly same issue with 1.1, but also with Netscape 4.72. Today inserting address is working correctly with Mozilla 1.1 (I've tried several times, all successful) Problem was with Yahoo, which they have resolved? ( I have not downloaded anything from Mozilla since my 1.1)
Created attachment 97556 [details] Bug may be gone (9/2/02) Sorry, first time with Bugzilla, I'm probably doing this all wrong, but the info is relevant. Last week downloaded 1.1, experienced same 'bug', but also had same problem with Netscape 4.72. Today 'bug' is gone. (I've tried several times, all successful) Have not downloaded anything from Mozilla since my 1.1 download. Was a Yahoo problem, which they have resolved? (They are working on a 'new' mail interface)
Verified that Yahoo address book works correctly with Mozilla 1.1. I am marking this FIXED. In answer to your question please see comment 21.
*** Bug 169973 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
It's happening again... Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:1.3a) Gecko/20021111 Win2k sp3 First time for me to see the problem. Error with address book start same day that bug # 178235.
*** Bug 171556 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***