Getting script error message while receive emails

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Hi everyone,

I’ve an issue that I want to avoid while I receive emails, please help me if possible. For every Email that I receive I’m getting this script error message. It was all fine a few days ago.
 
It just started today. As a result of this, I complained my problem to windows live mail support. I don’t fully trust them, as my doubt is without any information from my side, how are they going to solve this problem of mine. The error message is posted below.
 
an error has occurred in the script on this page-line 89

Script Error

An error has occurred in the script on this page.

Line: 89

Char: 1

Error: object Expected

Code: 0

URL: wlmailhtml:{92763A92-0B04-44A0-8218-6EF8C61081A3}

Mid://000000012

Do you want to continue running scripts on this page?

Yes     No

 
This error is really a thorn in my flesh.
 
Please help me get relieved about this issue.
 
Thanking you!
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Best Answer by Cohen Wible
Answered By 0 points N/A #155425

Getting script error message while receive emails

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Hi,

 

I have an internet explorer browser but I haven’t use it as my browser I used Google chrome but anyway I want to help you to solve your problem. As I am searching through the net I found out that there is a solution to your problem and I would like to share it with you here are some sites http://helpdeskgeek.com/windows-xp-tips/internet-explorer-script-error/. Hope it will help. 

Thanks,

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Answered By 0 points N/A #155426

Getting script error message while receive emails

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Internet explorer script errors are often generated if your current browser (internet explorer) reads  on a script it could not interpret and execute. This happens when your browser has not been updated to support that script, or the browser version itself does not support it. First, try to test your email account on a different workstation with internet explorer, and if there is no problem or issues, update the browser installed on your system. 
 
Some of the scripts installed on a system includes javascripts, often supported by browsers, activex, silverlight and others. try installing the more frequently used ones.
 
Hope this helps!

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