Re: How to remove capcha identification in hotmail using jaws

And you have every right to be! God if that was me in your position I would be 
"bloody mad too!" 
I really don't know what to suggest. Is there any way of contacting Microsoft 
at all about the issue? I don't think that would really help but I really can't 
think of anything to help you out. Accept if the worse comes to worse maybe 
setup another email account with another provider. I know how dornting that 
might sound because I would have trouble setting it up on the web let alone 
getting it to work with windows live mail! 
I really hope some others can come to the rescue on this one! Because like you 
I was asked for the capture after my previous message. I had to get my mum to 
read me the numbers and letters! Not fun like you said. 
Good Luck with what ever you do!
Daniel 


From: Yadiel Sotomayor 
Sent: Wednesday, April 13, 2011 11:49 PM
To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
Subject: Re: How to remove capcha identification in hotmail using jaws


Daniel:


I don't mind once in a while. But starting yesterday it has been constant 
capcha. I mean, each time I want to send an email from windows life mail it is, 
"please enter the characters you see on the screen". It is not even on the web 
interface. Since I send the message, about 20 more times (I wish I was 
exageriting) I have needed to put the bloody capcha. I am, forgive the term, 
pissed. It has been over 40 times since yesterday. I am desperate to say the 
least. And the fun thing is that it is from hotmail. Not gmail. So, from the 
email I mostly use, I need to solve the dammed capcha. I am mad at microsoft, 
at my computer, at the windows life mail program and over all at the dammed 
spammers.


Forgive the harsh language, but I am, like my favorite british wizard said, 
bloody mad.


From: Daniel McGee 
Sent: Wednesday, April 13, 2011 4:28 PM
To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
Subject: Re: How to remove capcha identification in hotmail using jaws


Hay 
Yadiel, sorry I can't answer your question, but just wanted to say that I get 
this now and then once in a blue moon so to speak. But I've got to be honest it 
doesn't help because say if a blind person lived on there own then they might 
not have sighted assistance at hand. I know there is webvisum for firefox and 
Solona for IE but, it would help if we didn't have to verify our selves once in 
a while to access our accounts. It's blimming annoying if you parden the words! 
On the subject of Firefox, I am using 3.6 which ever the version is of 6 it's 
currently on. anyway has anyone else notice that when you hit enter on the icon 
on the desktop that firefox doesn't load at all? It also doesn't work when 
doing it through the start menu method. If anyone has come across this problem 
then would love to know what you did to fix it if at all you have experienced 
it. 
Many Thanks 
Daniel  


From: Yadiel Sotomayor 
Sent: Wednesday, April 13, 2011 8:22 PM
To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
Subject: How to remove capcha identification in hotmail using jaws


Hello list:


This has been bugging me for a while now. How can I remove this anoying capcha 
in hotmail with jaws. Since yesterday I needed to prove that I am a human over 
30 dammed times. I am getting anoyed and I want to know if there is a setting 
in hotmail to remove this capcha thing using jaws. If it is possible, please 
let me know. I think I am going to go mad if I need to solve another capcha.

Yadiel
Yadiel J. Sotomayor

E-MAIL: yadosotomayor@xxxxxxxxxxx
Yadiel J. Sotomayor

E-MAIL: yadosotomayor@xxxxxxxxxxx

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