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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 02-26-2006, 09:31 AM Thread Starter
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auto fill in do i get rid of this?

whenever i go to my spam filter website page to check my mail, i have to put in my user and password......but when i put my user name it automatically puts in my password. I dont want this because another user will have access to my mail, how do I get rid of this auto login thing??? I tried to delete the passcard to this website and it still auto fills in the the password field. How do get rid of this feature??

I am using slimbrowser which is basically internet explorer.
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Re: auto fill in do i get rid of this?

in IE you can turn that off in the settings area... i'm not familiar with "slimbrowser".

Internet Options >> Content tab >> AutoComplete" button... glen
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