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Old 03-02-2017, 11:14 PM
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My Doctor has a web site, provided to him by a service, in which I can only read messages to me in Internet Explorer or if I allow 3rd party cookies into my browser. I have tried to allow access to this site in Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox in their settings to block 3rd party cookies but that does not seem to work.
Does anyone know of a solution? I have been in communication with someone from the service but their only solution is as above, I must allow all 3rd party cookies or Internet Explorer.
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Old 03-02-2017, 11:42 PM
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Maybe this will help you for just that site.

http://feedjit.com/static/howToEnabl...tyCookies.html
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Old 03-03-2017, 11:33 AM
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Maybe this will help you for just that site.

http://feedjit.com/static/howToEnabl...tyCookies.html
That did not help at all. In Google Chrome, if I set "allow all cookies", I am allowing all 3rd party cookies, which is what I do not want. If I set the website URL and say "allow", it does not work. The same thing happens in Firefox.
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My Doctor has a web site, provided to him by a service, in which I can only read messages to me in Internet Explorer or if I allow 3rd party cookies into my browser. I have tried to allow access to this site in Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox in their settings to block 3rd party cookies but that does not seem to work.
Does anyone know of a solution? I have been in communication with someone from the service but their only solution is as above, I must allow all 3rd party cookies or Internet Explorer.
Since it is for your health reasons, then go ahead and use IE when checking on that site, otherwise use your other browsers for web searches.
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Since it is for your health reasons, then go ahead and use IE when checking on that site, otherwise use your other browsers for web searches.
I agree. Use Internet Explorer. I used to have two sites that only worked with IE, one was my bank and the other was a health related site. The bank had their web site redesigned and now it can be used with any browser so now I have just the one necessary web site that requires the use of Internet Explorer so I use Internet Explorer for that one site. I use the most secure settings possible while it may be less secure than other browsers I feel very safe using I.E. for that one site.

Since businesses can count on IE being on every Windows machine some of them have their web sites designed just for IE. It is simpler and likely cheaper for them. This will become less common as IE use continues to go down and since it is on its final version more sites will be redesigned for use with other browsers.
Use I.E. for that site and don't worry about it.
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Old 03-03-2017, 01:37 PM
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Since it is for your health reasons, then go ahead and use IE when checking on that site, otherwise use your other browsers for web searches.
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I agree. Use Internet Explorer. I used to have two sites that only worked with IE, one was my bank and the other was a health related site. The bank had their web site redesigned and now it can be used with any browser so now I have just the one necessary web site that requires the use of Internet Explorer so I use Internet Explorer for that one site. I use the most secure settings possible while it may be less secure than other browsers I feel very safe using I.E. for that one site.

Since businesses can count on IE being on every Windows machine some of them have their web sites designed just for IE. It is simpler and likely cheaper for them. This will become less common as IE use continues to go down and since it is on its final version more sites will be redesigned for use with other browsers.
Use I.E. for that site and don't worry about it.
That is exactly what I am going to do.
Thanks for your advice.
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