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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinH
    Safari is not a supported browser. So if/when you do get it to work you'll hit a few bugs. If your not using the latest Safari then that will cause even more pain. Best bet is to stick with Firefox on Mac for now.
    I did search before posting, saw the above.

    So how do I get it to work? - I am using the latest version. Shouldn't the above just say "It doesn't work" and "...when we/Apple get it to work, we'll let you know"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colin_Sutton
    I did search before posting, saw the above.

    So how do I get it to work? - I am using the latest version. Shouldn't the above just say "It doesn't work" and "...when we/Apple get it to work, we'll let you know"
    :-)

    Colin
    Doesn't 'unsupported' mean it doesn't work or it's unlikely to work? As soon as Safari is working I'm sure that it will be added to the list of supported browsers.
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    Default Doesn't work in Safari, Firefox, or Opera on one particular mac

    A coworker of mine is having trouble getting the login screen to show up on his mac, but the problem seems to be system-wide, as he can't get it to show up in any browser he tries. Does anyone know what kind of system setting might cause this kind of problem? I know it's not a firewall/network environment issue because another guy in the same room with him with a similar mac can view it just fine...

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    Quote Originally Posted by graefen
    A coworker of mine is having trouble getting the login screen to show up on his mac, but the problem seems to be system-wide, as he can't get it to show up in any browser he tries. Does anyone know what kind of system setting might cause this kind of problem? I know it's not a firewall/network environment issue because another guy in the same room with him with a similar mac can view it just fine...

    What error does he get? Firefox and Safari are the only two supported browsers on the Mac. Safari support is still beta so if things don't work for you try Firefox for now. Can you ping the zimbra server address?
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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinH
    What error does he get? Firefox and Safari are the only two supported browsers on the Mac. Safari support is still beta so if things don't work for you try Firefox for now. Can you ping the zimbra server address?
    He only sees the textured background, but not the login box. It looks exactly the same in Safari, Firefox, and Opera (and I don't think he gets any errors), so I don't think it's a browser issue (he has the newest version of Firefox). It seems to be a system setting of some time, but I don't know what would setting would cause this behavior.

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    Quote Originally Posted by graefen
    He only sees the textured background, but not the login box. It looks exactly the same in Safari, Firefox, and Opera (and I don't think he gets any errors), so I don't think it's a browser issue (he has the newest version of Firefox). It seems to be a system setting of some time, but I don't know what would setting would cause this behavior.
    Let's use Firefox to test. Safari is in beta and Opera is not supported today. What version of Firefox is he running?

    Clear the Firefox cache.
    Open the JavaScript console, clear any messages.
    Try to load Zimbra.

    Report any errors in the JavaScript console.
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