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Arthur
17-Sep-2012, 17:25
I've come across 2 problems recently :
1. Chrome has problems displaying the pages it is supposed to display on
start up. This happens for different users on different PCs.
2. For one user if he sends an email with GMail it appears in his Inbox as
well as the Sent Items. The message is sent to the recipient.Not caused by a
filter.

Joseph Marton
17-Sep-2012, 17:34
Arthur wrote:

> I've come across 2 problems recently :
> 1. Chrome has problems displaying the pages it is supposed to display
> on start up. This happens for different users on different PCs. 2.
> For one user if he sends an email with GMail it appears in his Inbox
> as well as the Sent Items. The message is sent to the recipient.Not
> caused by a filter.

I read something else about Google yesterday. Apparently after IE10
releases they are going to drop support for IE8 with Google Apps, which
will mean that Google Apps will only support Vista and above. No more
XP.

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Massimo Rosen
17-Sep-2012, 17:55
On 17.09.2012 18:34, Joseph Marton wrote:
> Arthur wrote:
>
>> I've come across 2 problems recently :
>> 1. Chrome has problems displaying the pages it is supposed to display
>> on start up. This happens for different users on different PCs. 2.
>> For one user if he sends an email with GMail it appears in his Inbox
>> as well as the Sent Items. The message is sent to the recipient.Not
>> caused by a filter.
>
> I read something else about Google yesterday. Apparently after IE10
> releases they are going to drop support for IE8 with Google Apps, which
> will mean that Google Apps will only support Vista and above. No more
> XP.
>

Since when is Chrome not supported on XP? Or Firefox for that matter?

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Joseph Marton
17-Sep-2012, 19:36
Massimo Rosen wrote:

> Since when is Chrome not supported on XP? Or Firefox for that matter?

I should've been more clear. May not be supported on XP for
organizations that standardize on IE. :-)

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