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Spam is also called junk mail. Some users have spam filters, which try to delete or move the spam messages to stop them clogging their inbox.
This site strongly urges you to install a spam filter.
Below are some common error messages you might encounter and an explanation to assist you.
- My browser is rejecting cookies and I can’t log-in
Make sure that your browser is set to enable cookies. Refer to Enabling cookies for more info.
- My log-in information is not valid
Make sure that your CAPS LOCK key is off. Try login in again or request your details to be re-sent.
Cookies are small files that are stored by this site and other websites on your computer. They allow this site to remember your preferences and will mean that you will need to enter your password less often. They also allow you to use certain features in our site.
Internet Explorer 6.0
- On the Tools menu of your browser's Task Bar, select Internet Options.
- Select the Privacy tab.
- The default setting is medium which allows you to accept cookies. To change this setting, move the slider to determine which setting you prefer. If your setting is set to Custom, select the Advanced button and select Accept Cookies.
Mozilla Firefox 1.5
- On the Tools menu of your browser's Task Bar, select Options.
- Select the Privacy icon, and then select the Cookies tab.
- Verify that the Allow sites to set cookies is ticked (the default setting), or you may decide exactly which cookies should and should not be saved by selecting the other cookie management options.
- Select Safari from the top menu.
- Select Preferences .
- Select the Security Icon (lock).
- Under Accept Cookies, select the radio button next to Always.
- Or you can limit cookies by selecting, Only from sites you navigate to (default setting).