Lotus Domino error

Discussion in 'Firefox' started by Ron P, Dec 17, 2004.

  1. Ron P

    Ron P Guest

    Trying to access work email with the latest firefox and I am getting the
    error:

    Javascript application (Titlebar of window)
    Domino Web Access Warning. Sorry, we are unable to process your request at
    this time. If you are unable to continue working in your mail file, please
    dismiss this warning and then select view, reload from your browsers menu.

    Obviously, our corporate mail is Lotus Notes on a Domino server, 6 to be
    exact. I am trying to access my mail through it's version of webmail called
    inotes. I can dismiss the warning and the message loads just fine. Just
    with every click, I get the warning. FF does have the latest Sun Java
    loaded. Can you advise on anywhere else to look? Love the browser, but
    this is a killer if I can't get past this error. Thanks!
    Ron P, Dec 17, 2004
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  2. Ron P

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    Ron P wrote:

    > Trying to access work email with the latest firefox and I am getting the
    > error:
    >
    > Javascript application (Titlebar of window)
    > Domino Web Access Warning. Sorry, we are unable to process your request at
    > this time. If you are unable to continue working in your mail file, please
    > dismiss this warning and then select view, reload from your browsers menu.
    >
    > Obviously, our corporate mail is Lotus Notes on a Domino server, 6 to be
    > exact. I am trying to access my mail through it's version of webmail called
    > inotes. I can dismiss the warning and the message loads just fine. Just
    > with every click, I get the warning. FF does have the latest Sun Java
    > loaded. Can you advise on anywhere else to look? Love the browser, but
    > this is a killer if I can't get past this error. Thanks!
    >
    >


    Ask your corporate web master.
    It states its a DOMINO Web Access Warning, which indicates it comes from
    Domino, not Firefox. And they expected this problem as well, as they
    even put in the workaround steps for it!

    Domino problem, not Firefox

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