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The main causes of failed logins are typographical and case sensitivity issues. On the login screen, you can have your login information e-mailed to you. Alternatively, email us at support at hobbsnews.com for your login information.
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Now try logging in at http://www.hobbsnews.com
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dates, a computer with an incorrect date may mislead your browser into
forgetting about your cookie. To fix this, simply set the correct time
and date on your computer.
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this, temporarily disable the monitoring application before logging in.
If this works, email us with the name and version of the application and
we’ll find out how to make an exception rule for the News-Sun’s website for your security software.
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This is sometimes the case for users connecting from a business intranet
that limits cookie acceptance for security reasons.
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your browser’s windows, and then deleting the cookie files in your
browser’s directories. Usually, these files will be called simply
“Cookies.” As always, be sure that you have selected the proper files
before actually deleting them. Internet Explorer has the “delete
cookies” option under the “General” tab of Internet Options.
• Your browser is corrupted. If the above suggestions haven’t helped
you to solve the problem, it may be that your browser itself is
corrupted. This is very unlikely, however, and we do not recommend
attempting to reinstall Internet Explorer 6 even if this is the problem.
A better solution in this case would be to download and install an
alternative browser such as Firefox (http://www.mozilla.org).
• We understand that some of these suggestions might require a lot of work
and time. If at any point you wish to simply cancel your subscription,
or switch it to the standard print edition, we will be happy to arrange