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Problem with iMac and our website?


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I'm new here and not sure if this is the right forum, but here goes..

I run a website, http://www.fightthebite.net/ and we just had a user complain that they when they went to our site on their iMac, it redirected them to our webmail at https:// Can anyone with an iMac check into this?

Additionaly, the same user attempted to sign up to our "Do Not Spray Pesticides" at my residence list -- but we never received his signup.

Can anyone with an iMac (or any macintosh!) please test our website and the no spray registration:
http://www.fightthebite.net/service_.../?noSpray=true

Thanks!
-Matt
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I don't think the problem is the iMac, unless you running some application that needs to run on a windows system. It maybe more of a browser problem.

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Just visited your page with Saffari, no problems so far, it looks great by the way.
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Just visited your page with Saffari, no problems so far, it looks great by the way.
Thanks for the compliment!

If anyone can sign up for the [ No Spray ] list:
http://www.fightthebite.net/service_.../?noSpray=true

I'd like to confirm that it works for Mac users, just to give my boss peace of mind. Thanks!
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