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Topic # 42778 10-Oct-2009 11:48
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Hi Guys,


Does anyone else find that after the latest update to MobileMe, the Mail section of the site doesn't load correctly and renders the site unusable? Does for me..




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  Reply # 263015 10-Oct-2009 12:02
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Did it used to work in 4?


Seems to be an issue in 3:


http://www.google.com/support/forum/p/Chrome/thread?tid=64e8a83e40140184&hl=en


Maybe it's still present in the 4 beta?








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  Reply # 263026 10-Oct-2009 12:31
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It used to work in 4.0 before they updated MobileMe last night.

Seems to be a different problem to the one listed there.

Basically the mail page loads on about half of the screen, you can't click the messages and there is no pane in the window for viewing messages.




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  Reply # 263033 10-Oct-2009 13:05
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Sorry wasn't aware they'd updated the MobileMe site. Unless someone has a better solution might be worth continuing to scour the web and see if others have found a solution yet.

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