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my columbia.edu email account

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For many years I have opened my email account at Columbia.edu from the book mark containing its internet address; for the last couple of days, I always get the same answer:

"Bad Request Your browser sent a request that this server could not understand."

also, the tab of the page says: "400 Bad Request"

The account works well with other browsers.

Can you help me to fix it?. thanks so much, Juan

For many years I have opened my email account at Columbia.edu from the book mark containing its internet address; for the last couple of days, I always get the same answer: "Bad Request Your browser sent a request that this server could not understand." also, the tab of the page says: "400 Bad Request" The account works well with other browsers. Can you help me to fix it?. thanks so much, Juan

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Juan Oliver said

thanks so much; this is what I see that works on Safari but not on Firefox https://cuit.columbia.edu/email/lionmail

Yes, that link gets you 1 click away from login. So no browser issue, just link issue. Let's mark this issue resolved and you get back to your books.  ;-))

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It's possible the link you were using was retired. Starting from the website's main page, work your way to where you want to be. Then replace the bookmark.

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Thanks FredMcD but this doesn't solve it. The link works with Safari, for example.

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What is the url in your bookmark?

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Which one are you using for email? see screenshot

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I use LionMail

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I would keep it simple and use this https://cuit.columbia.edu/email as the bookmark url and then click on Lion email.

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thanks so much; this is what I see that works on Safari but not on Firefox

https://cuit.columbia.edu/email/lionmail

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I have several versions of Firefox and had no problem.


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Juan Oliver said

thanks so much; this is what I see that works on Safari but not on Firefox https://cuit.columbia.edu/email/lionmail

Yes, that link gets you 1 click away from login. So no browser issue, just link issue. Let's mark this issue resolved and you get back to your books.  ;-))

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thanks so much!