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#1 joolsmelek

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Posted 30 May 2007 - 01:05 PM

Hi guys
Hope you can help me ..complete (almost) novice.
I ave bought a blackberry on o2 network in the uk. I went to their website to set up email etc, and i cant remember my password for my personal account on outlook. So o2 wanted to search for me..my pc will not accept TOImport.cab...says its untrusted publisher. Please help me find a way round this...it must be trusted...o2 is a massive company, and I need to set up this account
Thanks guys
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#2 Budfred

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Posted 30 May 2007 - 07:03 PM

I am not familiar with that company... However, anyone who wants to get complete access to my computer so they can help me find a password goes on my suspect list immediately...

I am not sure what password you mean... If you mean the password for your ISP, you can get them to remove the old one and give you the opportunity to come up with a new one...
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#3 jedi

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Posted 31 May 2007 - 03:16 AM

O2 are a major UK mobile phone (cell-phone) company.
http://www.o2.co.uk/
I can't imagine they'd be doing anything dubious. They're my mobile supplier and provider and have always been reliable and as ethical as any major corporation can be.
The .cab file is probably this one -
O16 - DPF: {1D95A7C7-3282-4DB7-9A48-7C39CE152A19} (TeamOn Import Object) - https://bis.na.black...ls/TOImport.cab or similar.
There was a problem with it:
http://www.securityf...d/23331/discuss
but that should have been fixed.
Jools, it's probably to do with the security features on your PC. Please say what operating system you are using, and which browser.
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