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Access to Beta Website

Postby RnIuIEdyaXBzaG92ZXI » Sun, 09 Jul 2006 04:51:02 GMT

I have Office 2007, Beta 2 (version 12.0.4017.1006) installed.  It was a 
clean install; no other version of Office was installed before I installed 
the Beta version (I had reformatted the drives).  Now when I try to provide 
MS with feedback, I cannot connect to the webstie.  I click Help-->contact us 
and the page that opens is the "Microsoft Office Online Beta Authorization 
Error Page".  I have followed the advice MS provides on the page and nothing 
seems to work.  Evidently, the site knows I have the Beta since it detected 
it  when I clicked on the "My Products" bar on the left.  Any ideas on what I 
need to do?
-- 
Fr. Gripshover
St. John the Beloved Catholic Church
McLean, VA

Re: Access to Beta Website

Postby Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook] » Sun, 09 Jul 2006 10:07:46 GMT

If/when you find a feature working/not working as expected in the Office 
2007 Beta release, please use the "send a smile" link to notify the Office 
Beta team of your concern.  Link is at the end of this message.
Include screenshots and comments to explain your concerns.  Also, if you 
wish, include your contact details if you don't mind being contacted by 
Microsoft for follow-up.  All "Smileys" are read and tracked by the beta 
team to improve Office 2007 for usability and stability.

You can also send positive smileys as well as concerns.

 http://www.**--****.com/ 


Post all replies to the group to keep the discussion intact.  All
unsolicited mail sent to my personal account will be deleted without
reading.

After furious head scratching, Fr. Gripshover asked:

| I have Office 2007, Beta 2 (version 12.0.4017.1006) installed.  It
| was a clean install; no other version of Office was installed before
| I installed the Beta version (I had reformatted the drives).  Now
| when I try to provide MS with feedback, I cannot connect to the
| webstie.  I click Help-->contact us and the page that opens is the
| "Microsoft Office Online Beta Authorization Error Page".  I have
| followed the advice MS provides on the page and nothing seems to
| work.  Evidently, the site knows I have the Beta since it detected it
| when I clicked on the "My Products" bar on the left.  Any ideas on
| what I need to do? 



Re: Access to Beta Website

Postby RnIuIEdyaXBzaG92ZXI » Sun, 09 Jul 2006 11:26:01 GMT

Thanks for the info!  I needed the link.  After I made the changes, I 
rebooted AND added  http://www.**--****.com/  to the trusted sites and I 
can now access the website.  I am not sure which step ultimately solved the 
access problem, but something did!
-- 
Fr. Gripshover
St. John the Beloved Catholic Church
McLean, VA






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