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Can someone tell me what this error message means

Compilation of JSP File '/web/view/selfservice/templates/Standard/thanksCompose.jsp' failed:
thanksCompose.jsp:49:11: Type com.egain.selfservice.secure.ssoData.HumanaMemberS SOData contains no methods named setLaunchFunction.
ssoData.setLaunchFunction("INBOX");
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I receive it when I try to send an e mail to a company on the company web site. I had been able to send a message on their site and then suddenly could not anymore and got this error message.

Does this indicate a problem on my computer or on the company's end? If it is on my end, might be wrong?
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It's a problem on their site.

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is not your computer problem, it company website bug, try to send email directly from desktop client or your email website provider ( yahoo, gmail, etc )
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