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How do I avoid a pop-up from Firefox every time I go from an email back to my inbox?

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I go to my email in-box and click to read an email. When I'm finished, I want to go back to the email in-box. The easiest way for me is to hit the backspace key which brings me right back to the in-box. More then half the time, however, when I hit the backspace key, a window pops up: Firefox: " To display this page, Firefox must send information that will repeat any action (such as a search or order conf) that was performed earlier." It is followed by 2 icons, one to resend and one to cancel. I don't want to have to see the pop-up and click resend;I want to get back to the inbox just by hitting the backspace key. Thanks for any help you can provide.

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You can't avoid that if you use backspace or go back otherwise (toolbar Back button or via the right-click context menu). You will have to use the link or button on that page to go to the inbox.