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From: Mike Fry <>
Subject: Re: [Ess] Ancestry - in general terms
Date: Fri, 08 Oct 2010 12:29:48 +0200
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On 2010/10/08 12:10, Nick Clarke wrote:

> I see the debate on Ancestry still rages on, myself& my partner have never
> had problems logging onto Ancestry.co.uk, as a general rule we don't save
> out user login details when asked by our Web Browsers, the main reason is
> (having worked in the IT industry for over 20 years!), I am all too aware of
> the risk of passwords being stolen etc, so we always log out, the other
> benefit to always logging out is if we're using another Computer and want to
> login& check for messages etc we can do without any issue of our accounts
> being locked/in use elsewhere!.

Am I right in thinking that the people having trouble with Ancestry are
trying to access .co.uk from a region that also has an Ancestry portal
e.g. .co.au? I'm in .co.za and have no problems logging on or staying
logged on, to .co.uk

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Regards,
Mike Fry
Johannesburg


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