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IE7 Phishing Filter Update
Wednesday 13th December, 2006 23:11 Comments: 1
The computer may respond very slowly as the Phishing Filter evaluates Web page contents in Internet Explorer 7 (Vista, perhaps unsurprisingly, isn't affected).

SYMPTOMS
When you use Windows Internet Explorer 7 to visit a Web page, the computer may respond very slowly as the Phishing Filter evaluates Web page contents.

CAUSE
This problem occurs when one or more of the following conditions are true:
- The Web page contains many frames.
- You browse many frames in a short time.
Internet Explorer 7 evaluates the whole Web page when you browse a frame. Therefore, CPU usage may be very high.


This may explain why Outlook Web Access makes IE7 grind to a halt. I tried OWA on Vista earlier this afternoon, but I couldn't compose a reply as the ActiveX control didn't seem to want to load. I tried adding the site to trusted sites and lowering ActiveX permissions slightly, but it didn't seem to work. I might try again later, as it'd be annoying (and embarrassing for MS) if OWA doesn't work on Vista. It's bad enough that some machines add a random question mark, but that's a whole other issue that I'll write about later if I haven't already posted it.
Avatar Robert - Saturday 16th December, 2006 16:51
I've found out why OWA doesn't work properly on Vista, for details see the second part of my recent post: http://www.everythingeverything.co.uk/comments.php?id=1333
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