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Cox email unable to initialize applet

Jasmine BrownJasmine Brown Member Posts: 2

Cox email account is not able to initialize applets? Solution is here:

Cox email account is regarded as one of the best webmail accounts as the compare of others just because of its offering smooth and fast email services. There are most of the users who are having this webmail account on their devices like Android, iPhone, iPad, Mac, and much more. When it comes to the Cox email account then a majority of the users are quite often preferred to create their account on this user-friendly webmail service with the help of using different email platform or devices without encountering any types of the hassles.

Cox email account is generally used on the different types of the internet browsers like Mozilla, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Google chrome and much more. But it would be not wrong to say that someone can face any types of the bugs this is why Cox email customer service center is available at every time to redress the bugs.

And just by this way, if someone is using Windows device with the Mozilla Firefox browser and trying to initialized applets then check out the Java is enabled on that browser or not. But if Java is already installed and applets are not working then it is necessary to make it enable through the Firefox browser.
At the meantime, if someone having any issue while doing so then he can get an instant support with skilled Cox email technical support representatives who are pretty deft on how to fix when Cox email is unable to initialize applets within a time.

Strictly speaking, this article is as an amazing enchiridion for all those users who are required to follow the steps:
Open a Windows device and then launch the Mozilla Firefox internet browser.
Search out the stuff on the URL address bar if it is working fine then go to the settings.
Click on the tools menu and then click on the internet option.
Select the security tab and then select the custom level button and then move to the next button.
Click on the Scripting of Java applets and then scroll down to move it to perform the action.
Now make sure that Java is enabled or not if not then click on the Enabled button and then check mark it.
Having done the process click on the save your preference and then click on the OK button eventually.
Hopefully, now the problem is fixed, but if the users are having still any issue then they can make a call to Cox helpline number that is available 24 by 7 to access tech support executive who fixes the issue in the nick of time.

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