Hi - We are trying to subscribe to "Blue Mountain" (Greeting cards). It asks that we allow third party cookies, I changed our browser setting to "prompt" for 3rd party cookies but it still wants more!
Should I go ahead and change to allow all third party cookies?
Posted: March 10th, 2008, 7:07am
I use Firefox and there is a setting under Options/Privacy that allows all cookies but then when you close that session, the cookies are not kept. Don't know about IE, but there's a good little free progarm called CCleaner that you can run to delete all cookies. There's also a setting in CCleaner where you tell it which cookies not to delete. It also empties all caches. When installing it there's an option to put it in the right click menu of your Recycle Bin.
There is nothing wrong with having cookies. In fact, they make your life a lot easier. The nature of cookies makes them impossible to ruin your computer or spy on you. They simply record what you did on or information that you entered in that website.
Thanks for the responses. As it turned out, we were just stubborn enough to search for an alternative to Blue Mountain, and found American Greetings with an almost identical service and went with them. We had no problem registering with them with our IE settings.