CC'ing arun. He is dealing with Citibank US and the topic of international issues has been touched on during the discussions. We probably should ascertain if international operations of Citibank are tied to the US main site.
aruner: Should I reassign this to you? I can help you in any language problems but I do not want to contact the bank myself as I do not have a netscape.com or mozilla.org address and therefore would not be a serious correspondence partner for them.
Reassigning to Tristan per Katsuhiko's comment in bug 84456.
Confirming. Accepting bug. Setting P2
Jacek - I tried using the english link, and it opens a new window and all looks fine.
It looks better than it used to but I could not log in. Maybe a temporary problem on their side - I'll try again. But they still claim (on page http://www.citibank.pl/poland/consumer/polish/citidir/manualm.htm): "W zwi
The rest of my comment was cut. They claimed (in translation): "Netscape 6 not supported" And they're prpbably right. Logging in with Mozilla0.9.9 results in "Communication error 4000".
Marking WORKSFORME. Not it really started to work. I tested the site with 0.9.9 on both Windows (98SE and ME) and Linux (RH 7.2). The "Netscape6 not supported" is still there. That's why I do not mark the bug fixed.
Yano writes in MozillaPL.org's forum ( http://mozillapl.org/forum/viewtopic.php?p=12429#12429) that he received a message from CitiBank Poland: "Newer versions of Netscape aren't now blocked by us." However, they still recommend using Netscape 4.7 or MSIE. They just stopped blocking Netscape 7 and Mozilla. So, maybe we should consider marking FIXED?
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