17 years ago
The alternative login page they provided works fine. However, there is a problem after you login--clicking on certain links in certain frames can cause a new window to be created unexpectedly, with the linked page appearing in the new window. I've been trying to create a testcase, but so far I haven't been able to reproduce the problem. I'm still trying to work out exactly what circumstances trigger the window creation.
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with the new version of n.u. webmail, all functions appear to be supported through the main page. suggest marking as fixed.
They still say not to use Netscape 6 on the URL and their FAQ section twice (once for browsers supported and they even devote a question to "Why doesn't Netscape 6 work?"). I would not consider this bug fixed until they remove those references, but your call Doron.
It still doesn't work perfectly with 0.9.7. It's now possible to read mail, view the address book, etc, but for some reason you still can't access the compose window to send a new message--it just comes up blank. I'm guessing this has something to do with HTTP headers, since all the scripts are nph, and if I view the compose window in IE and save the HTML to disk, I can open and view it in Mozilla.
keeping open then :)
I've done some more tests using 1.0rc3. On Windows 2000 and Mandrake 8.1/x86, everything works except for the compose button, which is still coming up blank. On MacOS 10.1.4 and Debian 2.2/ppc, the compose button works correctly, but there is a frame targeting problem: clicking on a link that should open in an existing frame causes it to open in a new window instead. These are the only remaining problems that I see.
Northwestern recently completely revamped its webmail system. The URL has changed to http://www.northwestern.edu/webmail. I couldn't find a supported browser list on the site, but it seems to work fine with 1.3. It looks to me like it's based on EMU Webmail.
tech evang june 2003 reorg
wfm based on cpmment #10