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Saving full website for my e-mail

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When I try to save a subset of a website for a login it deletes the part after *.com.

This is what it should be: https://www.xyz.com/roundcube/

But it only saves: https://www.xyz.com

So I can't save the location, along with my user name and password so that it works.

How can I make 86.0.1 allow me to save the correct address in the "Logins and Passwords" section?

Thanks,

Allen

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The login information stores the web address. Not the subaddress. Each website only needs the main address.

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Actually, on many sites the extended information is needed to be able to get to the proper site. Many servers for complex web sites have multiple login places and many also have a requirement for different usernames and passwords to protect against hacking.

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I called for more help. Can you give some examples?

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Hi FredMcD,

The main site example structure is: https://www.(company name).com

The special section site example structure is: https://www.(company name).com/mailbox/

The username and password are different for each of those two places. Since Firefox doesn't allow me to save the extended version I always wind up at the first one with the wrong username and password.