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I could not delete a few files which were open in Windows Explorer, Dropbox or Nokia suite.
After a restart I get the same message.
Account created and logged in successfully
It was a free account, but BT is withdrawing them so it is now being linked to my BT broadband service. Surely it cannot be my account which is the problem, because I cannot load the signin page - at that point it doesn't know who I am.
I signed in through yahoo.com - that works OK. To sign in to the BT email, I go to bt.com, click email, and it should then go to the signin page - that is the one which won't load.
Yes. I am using Opera at the moment, and I get
"Connection closed by remote serverYou tried to access the address ... "
In IE I get;
flushdns did not work because I disabled the DNS cache - it was taking 25% of the processor and slowing everything down.
"Connection closed by remote serverYou tried to access the address https://signin1.bt.com/login/emailloginform, which is currently unavailable."
I think that is unlikely to be the problem, because I get the same error on a different computer which I have not tampered with.
Anyway, DNS cache turned on, and the same error.
This one is wireless, and the other one is cabled.
I am in Brazil at the moment. It is a TP-LINK TL-WR340G
If you want to knock off let me know and we can pick it up again tomorrow.
Good morning Richard
A couple of PUPs but nothing serious.
Same message. Presumably you can load the page OK? I tried it on my wife's Kindle via the Wifi router here and it loaded the BT home page, but not the email login form.
It seems to me that either BT is refusing to let me have the login page, or it is being blocked somewhere along the way. Does that make sense?
Yes, the Kindle will load the BT home page but the login page gives
"Your Kindle is unable to load the requested page."
Firewall and filtering were all off.
My Portuguese is not up to that, so I will need to find someone to help. I'll get back to you in a day or two.
Finally phoned BT as a last resort. They know there is a problem, but they don't tell you about it until you phone them. They directed me to login via the yahoo login page, and it worked.