Please enable scripts and retry the operation or go back in your browser.”
I was really hoping this would work but I am a little hesitant if I can’t get through a simple setup.
Have the same problem and tried the above but still has same message.Is there any other way?Why does it use IE?
I feel your pain Eric & Jennifer. I have the same problem. Apparently, so do many other people. I hope eM Client gets the problem fixed.
I DO have Java enabled in IE and this problem persists. I tried rebooting, reinstalling etc. with no luck.
This is a program that I need to rely on for my consulting business and I cannot waste time with problems like this so I have to go back to Thunderbird which although clunky - it works. If em gets this figured out I will try them again but based on what I have read from users and the responses from the techs, this is one problem they have not figured out.
I hope they get it figured out as it looks like good piece of software i also now went thunderbird option
I like TBird for the most part but I believe they stopped supporting it and I can’t get it to stop synchronizing with my calendars every time I wake up my PC - the synch makes TBird unuseable for 5 minutes. Other than that the email works great and I love the synch with the google calendars. I was hoping that em could do that without the synching issues.
Hope this helps,
You clearly dont read comments i have done as this has said and still same problem i have also seen other people have also tried your method and still no success.I am done now with em but let me know if you have sorted out this
Unfortunately this is an externally loaded content dependant on your browser ability to display this.
Hope you understand,
I am having this problem all of a sudden now as well. Although not with an initial setup, I’ve had the client set up for almost a year, and through yesterday afternoon it was working fine. but last night and today, I am getting the same error message about java scripts. I have verified that java scripts are enabled in ie, that ie is up to date, and when I go to the java website suggested above, I get a message confirming that java is enabled from the website itself.
sorry, but your explanation is not legitimate. there is another problem that is causing it.
I had exactly the same problem. After checking and installing the latest relevant system updates everything runs well.
Hello Tia, sorry to see this, if everything seems to be setup properly, it’s quite odd that the application still displays the message, please make sure that all system updates are installed and that your .NET framework is updated to it’s latest release, what version do you currently have installed, can you please check in the list of installed programs under Control Panel?
It’s a real shame, because having tried your client with an IMAP account, I think it would be a great solution for my email needs. But I need to be able to set up my Gmail accounts properly, so I can access calendar and contacts.
Which version do you have installed? Please try this version > http://www.emclient.com/dist/v6.0.234… as it has some of the google Authorization fixes.
I’d also like to know if you have 2-step verification enabled?
I think I have this version already, because I only downloaded it from your website yesterday.
Could you please test if you are able to login into your gmail accounts through IE? Thank you.