How do I use another browser besides Safari? I have not been able to access my online bank account and the bank tells me that it is a Safari issue that the Mac people have been working on. I recently upgraded to Lion.
Anyone else here use Ally Bank in Safari? The purple bar winds up blocking account information and looks even more out of "alignment" on the account screens once logged in. When I adjust the size using the + and - adjustments, other page elements appear wrong. I have the most updated version of Safari (4.0.4) and OS X 10.6.2 on my iMac. (1680 X 1050) [URL].
When attempting to transfer money between accounts at my bank I click the Submit button and get the error: "The page must be fully loaded before this form is submitted." There is no error number or code given. The message is apparently generated by my bank's web server. The page is fully loaded. I don't get this error when I use IE on my XP PC unless the page is really not fully loaded.
The trouble opening my credit union account just started yesterday and it was usable the day before.¬† I enter my username and password and the next window tries to open my account but ends up on a page that reads invalid username and password! What has happened to my settings?
Info: MacBook (13-inch Late 2007), Mac OS X (10.6.8)
I have a problem with logging into Chase Bank website using Safari 4. When I connect to [URl] everything loads fine. However, the problem comes as soon as I log in. After entering my username and password and pressing "Log On" button, Safari 4 redirects to (it appears on the address bar) [URL] and the browser window only shows a line of text saying 404: File Not Found. Could not find file.
Since the Safari 5.1.5 update, one function of my bank's bill pay can not be accessed and defaults to a different page. I checked with the bank this morning and it seems the latest update of Safari blocks entry into the Medivante bill pay function which operates within the shell of the bank web page. The browser gives no indication that that page is actually from Medivante. Essentially, Safari sees this as a third party and blocks the browser from even getting information, not just cookies!
Bill pay can be accessed from the main page to set up a payment since that is a flow though using the bank information or setup, but is blocked if doing any editing which requires the site communicating directly with Medivante within the bank site.†This can only be gotten around by changing to NEVER blocking cookies. Having the setting of blocking 3rd party and advertiser cookies no longer can be used with the bank site if I need to access the bill pay function. This doesn't even seem to be an issue of cookies, but is blocking access to bank/Medivante information.
Because the never setting is a risky one that only a fool would allow, I have to change the setting while I am in the bank site, change back cookie preferences when done with the bank, then close Safari before I do further browsing (seems the new settings don't always take effect until the browser restarts). This might be for our protection, but Apple has broken convenient use of the bank site that had worked prior to the update. I do not know who else might be affected. My bank is not one of the "big name" financial institutions but is certainly not a minor institution.
Info: Mac Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.2), 2.8 GHz Quad core, 6 GB ram
I use Safari to download my banking information.¬† After the last Safari upgrade (5.1.4) I can log on but cannot open links to the different accounts.¬† I can "exit" but cannot navigate deeper into the site.
Using early 2008 MacBook Pro 15 with Lion.¬† It won't work using my iMac but will work using Internet Explorer on a PC.
I bought this new MacBook Pro a month ago.¬† When I try logging into my guest account, it froze.¬† I had no other alternative but to get out of it by pressing the power button.¬† Then I tried open a new user account to see if it also has the same problem.¬† Unfortunately it did have the same problem - froze after I logged in.¬† I had done a harddisk check, there seemed to be no problem.
Info: MacBook Pro (15-inch Late 2011), Mac OS X (10.7.2)
Gmail Users: Do you access your gmail only online, or do you use Apple Mail? I've been using Apple mail for my Gmail for a few years now (IMAP). However, I didn't realize how messed up it left my Gmail online (Tabs are a mess, mail messages are getting lost). I'm considering going back to online Gmail, but I also liked how Apple mail played nice with the iphone (since there's no Google GMAIL app for the iphone). So, let me know how you access your Gmail!
One of my email accounts (a MS exchange account) suddently went offline and hasn't come back online for days! I have the exclamation point in the triangle next to the ghosted name of my account. I've tried multiple times to go back online w/o success Connection doctor was not helpful
-I can still connect directly to the MS exchange account on the internet
I got my mail accounts set-up on Mail 5.2 and it's working properly in that I can send and receive mail from three different IMAP accounts.¬†The only problem is that sent mail items are not showing up when I login online to access my mail. I would like everything on my desktop mail account to be exactly the same as what I see online as far as read messages, unread messages and of course, the sent items that I have sent should be logged on the original mail account as well as on my computer.¬†
I have already enabled "store sent messages on the server."
I use apple mail to connect to multiple accounts.¬† One of them went offline on Friday and refuses to come back on.¬†The account is fully functional, because it's still working fine on iPhone, iPad and through Outlook 2011.¬†It's like once apple mail decides an account is offline, that's it.¬†
I am facing a problem with the Messages App. The gmail account does not go online in the app (permanently stays disconnected). The same gmail accounts work on the Mail app. Are there some separate settings required?¬†
Messages Version 8.0 , OSX 10.9.4¬†
I have selected the Enable this Account option in Preferences. Server used is 5223 talk.google.com
Info: MacBook Air (13-inch, Early 2014), OS X Mavericks (10.9.4)
When I try to open a pdf online, I get a black screen with the address showing at the top of the window (where it should be). I can open pdfs on my iMac with no problem. I can also open the online pdfs with FireFox without a problem. I think this started happening after I installed the latest version of Adobe Reader. I'm running 10.6.8.
Safari crashes frequently while I'm streaming video online.¬† When the error report message appears, I type a comment, and when I try to send the report to Apple, I get the message that the report cannot be sent at this time; try later.¬† Later never works.¬† It's like Safari has been prohibited from communicating to Apple.