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Chris Knight

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Tony,
Google email - the "In" thing, available by invitation only (a good marketing ploy). Although they seem to be getting more generous with the invites so perhaps not very exclusive anymore :cry:
 

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Ive got 50 too. Well worth having a look around - I find it much better than all other email clients I've tried.

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Ah. Thanks. I am not really very 'up' on these latest techy things :cry:

I have sent 4 texts in the past 3 years though :)

My BTinternet account seems to work fine :wink:
 

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Seems less like an exclusive club and more like opening night at Ikea to me now. :shock:

However, in for a penny, in for a pound (or free!) if any of these invitations are still available Chris, I'll take you up on it. Is there a suck it and see option or is the bot a permanent resident in your life after that?

I imagine my spybot software is going to love this!!

T
 

Chris Knight

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Tim,

You need to PM me an email address to which I can send the invite. As far as I can tell there is no hidden spyware component. I am sure we should have heard by now if there were, given the large number of geeks and tech folk that use it..
 

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I'm trying to set up my account but the 'accept T&C' button is greyed out. There is also the following warning displayed:

Warning: Gmail requires both javascript and cookie functionality be enabled. Check your browser settings to make sure both are turned on.

which I imagine is the reason.

As far as I know I have both enabled already but I can't be 100% sure. I certainly have cookies enabled for other sites but I don't ever remember consciously doing anything with javascript to either turn it in or off.

Any pointers?

Cheers

Tim
 

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Chris,

Thanks - I had already got all the scripting permission buttons enabled so I tried the tune up - didn't find any probs but still no luck. I'm not a luddite on the computer front but I am certainly no expert at the 'behind the scenes' stuff so I' not sure what else to do.

I even turned my firewall off temporarily to see if that made a difference and it didn't. Clearly please don't bust a gut over this but if you or any others have an idea it would be good to hear.

Thanks

BTW looks like we are sledging tomorrow!!

T
 

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