I recently renewed my subscription. A few days later I received an email with the subject "E-mail confirmation." In the body of the message it said "Greetings! For your e-mail confirmation follow this link:"
I suggest that offering a link to click on in an email message is a poor practice...
Thanks for the prompt reply.
It's https://www.usaa.com , but I don't think you'll be able to see the specific page I want to whitelist without logging on and I'm sure you understand I can't give you my LogOn info.
I guess if there's a way to not filter https://www.usaa.com/*.* that might work...
Well....FWIW, Murray has actually surfaced: http://forum.admuncher.com/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=29455&start=15#p60643
He's probably a little late for me. Having switched to Adguard I'm pleased with the results and it's unlikely I'll be going back to AdMuncher.
The spyware filter is not checked.
I just tried disabling filtering and you were correct in that the Verizon forum didn't show any ads. If I encounter the problem again I will try your suggestion, whitelisting that URL.
Greetings back at you. :)
My primary browser is IE 11. I have Firefox installed as a backup but don't usually use it for posting on forums.
The filters I have enabled are the defaults...whatever came with a fresh install. I'm not far enough along to customize filtering yet.
I'm a new user of Adguard, recently having moved from AdMuncher. I'm on my trial period and so far all seems well except this one issue.
I've noticed that on several Lithium based forums, Adguard filtering (sometimes) prevents me from entering a space between letters or a carriage return /...
I just switched from AdMuncher myself, that after being a paid AdMuncher user for years.
In my case I got tired of waiting for AdMuncher to support https and IE 11. I heard about Adguard, gave it a try, and thus far it's been working flawlessly.
If the next week or so with Adguard...