Imail provides the ability upon login to disable Network Address check and to disable Cookie check. These checkboxes are optional and only apply to the current attempted session.
Imail’s default security will not permit sessions that do not have a fixed network (IP) address. This is enabled by default to improve session security by eliminating the possibility of session hijacking. Since AOL, WebTV, and CompuServe do not use fixed network address, imail will not work with these Internet service providers by default. If you select “Disable Network Address Check,” you will be able to log in if your Internet service provider (ISP) is AOL, WebTV, or CompuServe. To make this change permanent, it is recommended that you change the Required Fixed Network Address option on the Settings page in imail before you logon again from one of these providers. The setting is on the General tab.
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