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I still use an MSN mail account which worked fine in Safari until I installed Snow Leopard. Now many e-mails display as gobbly-gook. When MSN is loading, it says I need javascript enabled. Well it is. This doesn't happen when I open MSN in Firefox. Any ideas why this happens and how I can fix it?

Really annoying and it makes me have flashbacks to Windows.
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You could try using Firefox...I think it's still a better browser than Safari anyway...
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