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First of all this is my first posting on this site so i am a new guy.

I am doing some online classes to further my education, i have to post and reply to people threads witch i am not able to do using safari for some reason, i talked to the tech guy who said that there systems were based on PC's not MACs and he would not be able to help me. I tryed using internet explorer but i need 6.0 witch is not available to MAC users. Should i use Virtual PC or is there anything else i could do?

I really need an answer as fast as possible because i have to post and replays and do the resr of the work in 2-3 days.
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Try downloading Mozilla and see if you are able to use it with the system you are talking about.

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I just tryed it and i face the exacte same problem as i have with safari. It seems i can only type in the subject line and nowere else.
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Try one of the other Mac browsers that can spoof their signature, so instead of saying they are Safari, it will say that it is IE for PC 6.0.. that might get around whatever is causing your problem. Otherwise you just might need virtual pc.. no idea what would be doing that.. pretty dumb of them if they put that "functionality" into their site to disallow Mac users to use their site.
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