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Old 12-09-2005, 02:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Using only my Blackberry browser, I can access Mobile.msn.com. I gives me options to use hotmail and MSN Messenger, among other things. The first time I tried it, it required my password to be entered. Since then it does not require it, and goes directly to hotmail and/or messenger.
Is there any way to require login with password every time?
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you would need to delete the cache and/or clear cookies following each visit.

in my experience, the .net passport logout never seems to function properly (even on my desktop!). every wireless handheld device (phone or phone-tethered-PDA) i've ever used to access msn mobile sites returns errors when attempting the logout.
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Thanks for the info. Are you referring to cache /cookies on the Blackberry? I was not aware of them on that device. If so, how is that done?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Ben Bomhoff
Are you referring to cache /cookies on the Blackberry? If so, how is that done?
while using the browser...

[TrackWheel] > Options > Cache Operations

there you will see "Content Cache" and "Cookie Cache"* each with a "Clear" option.


* not to be confused with
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You couldn't have made it any clearer!! lol
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Lol
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