markwolk: Assuming it is an Orcon fault, I have contacted their support. Anybody else using Orcon here? Does Web2TXT work for you?
FYI Orcon replied (at last; it took them 6 days):
My suggestion for this is to check your security settings in ie. This can be found in Tools> Options> Security.Yeah, right. I am not impressed with the speed and quality of their reply. And my Web2TXT still does not work. I am not going to download Firefox just to useWeb2TXT, and I have no interest in IE7 for the time being.
Alternatively you could try using an alternative web browser such as Firefox.
In Internet Explorer 6 do:
Tools => Internet Options => Advanced tab
and scroll down to about the middle of the options list.
If Microsoft's JVM is installed, there will be a section in this list called "Microsoft VM". If a Sun JVM is installed, there will be a section in this list called "Java (Sun)". If you see both, then IE is using the one that is checked.
Another IE specific approach is to check the version of the ActiveX control/program that implements Java. In IE6 do:
Tools => Internet Options => General tab => Settings button => View Objects button
Using IE6 under Windows XP SP2 this will take you to the folder where all ActiveX controls live:
C:\Windows\Downloaded Program Files
The Java ActiveX control is "Java Runtime Environment 9.9.9" where 9s are the version number. Right click on it and get the properties for more details.
Whats wrong with IE7One of my occupations is to make websites. The majority of my websites' visitors use IE6 for the time being. I need to see my websites in the same way as they do.
Still, it is a mystery to me why Web2TXT worked before on Actrix dialup, but not on Orcon broadband
markwolk: Vodafone's Web2TXT feature, accessible from their homepage, has never worked seamlessly for me, but right now it appears to be 100% broken. A test message sent to myself did not arrive, and I cannot access my sent messages or my "Phone Book". The Vodafone logo is also broken. Am I the only one to use this or to have that problem?