The newsgroup to which you posted is dedicated to supporting the
Windows Mail program. It sound like you are talking about a
web-based mail service like a Hotmail/Live account. If so, the best
place to get help is here: http://windowslivehelp.com
Gary VanderMolen, Microsoft MVP (Mail)
"flyboydale54" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:email@example.com...
> *I have a Student Live Mail account that is contracted out by ITT
> Technical Institute. It will no longer allow me to sign out of my Live
> Mail Account. I get the error that I need to enable 3rd Party Cookies.
> I never enable 3rd Party Cookies, and it worked fine from my creating my
> student email account in June 03, 2008 up until about 3 days ago. I
> sign in through the student portal and access the email drop down list
> enter my email address and password, and presto, signed into Live Email
> Account. I can also sign in by going directly to Live but I get the
> same error either way. Sign out is no longer working. I am going to
> copy and paste the exact error below so there will be no question to the
> exact wording. NOTICE the spelling of the word \"chaging\" in the error
> message which is not spelled correctly, setting a red flag in my mind as
> to the validity of the error and whom it is coming from. *::*I am not
> the only person having this problem either because I found on this forum
> site where the same exact error is happening to this other person too.
> I have deleted cookies on numerous occasions and the sign out always
> worked until recently.*::
> "Sign out failed!
> We could not sign you out because your browser seems to be blocking
> third party cookies.
> * Close all browser windows to sign out.
> * To prevent this error in the future, you must enable third party
> cookies by chaging your browser settings."