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    Does the T600 support connecting to SSL (https) sites and does it support sites that use frames?
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    Blazer 3.0 fully supports HTTPS with the same certifications as a desktop browser 128-bit SSL. The only issue you will run into is web server policies that refuse access to the Blazer browser by imposing IE or Navigator only rules. Banks and trading houses tend to do this. They need to wake up and look at how their customers want to get access.

    Frames - yes in a limited way. Framesets can make a page unfriendly to use in Blazer. I used to like the older version where it asked you which html page from the pageset you wanted to open. Now it shows you the frames as a normal browser would.

    The best way to view such a frameset is in wide-page mode so you see it in the same way as you would on a PC but thru a small window. This works for services such as Outlook Web Access (OWA).
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    I just connected to my bankofamerica account in CA, everything came up fine in both optimized and windowed modes.
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    I am still not convinced that Blazer supports "all" SSL sights. I have not been able to connect to my companies web mail(Netscape Messenger). The only thing that I can figure that is different about this sight is that my company is using their own SSL certificate, and not one created by Certificate Authority company. I tried this same site with WebPro and it still won't load. Both specify a formatting error/communication error.

    When I use the emulator behind the companies firewall, and connect to the Non-SSL site which is identical as the SSL it works. The only thing that is different is the use of SSL and my companies use of their own SSL certificate.

    I need to call HS to see why this isn't working as this is the only sight that I can not get to work, but is one that I would definetly like to have working.
    Last edited by lnichols; 11/03/2003 at 01:20 PM.
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    Hi There,

    Kevin from Handspring here. This page comes from Handspring Support. It touches on some of the questions you’ve asked, including frames, wide view, etc:

    http://support.handspring.com/esuppo...uestion=frames

    You can also find more details regarding ssl and security certificates here:

    http://support.handspring.com/esuppo...sType=RESEARCH

    Best,

    Kevin
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    Well this would explain why I can't access my company's site. My company uses SSL. HS should not put these BS restrictions on their products. Maybe Opera will support the Palm OS before to long.
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    The link Kevin referenced appears to refer to blazer 2.0

    you will not be able to make a secure connection to those HTTPS pages using Blazer 2.0
    Does this still hold true for version 3.0?
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    Originally posted by tlphipps
    The link Kevin referenced appears to refer to blazer 2.0



    Does this still hold true for version 3.0?
    I read both links, and they refer to Blazer 3. It supports HTTPS and SSL. Is everybody on the same page here?
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    Originally posted by ChemEngr


    I read both links, and they refer to Blazer 3. It supports HTTPS and SSL. Is everybody on the same page here?
    If it supports SSL like Blazer 2.0 then it will only allow SSL connections with certificates "with roots" from the servers shown in that link. So if your company, or any site has made their own certificate you could be SOL. That is not true SSL support IMO.

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