log in issue related to guce.advertising.com
I am unable to log in to my AOL/Verizon webmail at work:
I try to access my webmail via this link: https://mail.aol.com/webmail-std/en-us/suite
Note: My corporate network is very slow and pages sometimes time out, but I can usually get to them by simply reloading the page.
Over the past several months, by using the link above, I would get to the log in screen, enter my email, get to the password screen and enter my password. After hitting enter, the browser "circles" for a long time, then the URL bar changes to: https://guce.advertising.com/collectIdentifiers?sessionId=1_cc-session_d250abfc-bcd0-41ec-b5ab-d9112d7df63e
AND I get an error message stating: This site can’t be reached / guce.advertising.com took too long to respond.
I used to be able to enter the webmail URL (or hit my bookmark) a second time, and it would log me into webmail
NOW, I can't even get to the log in screen. When I try to access the webmail log in page (https://mail.aol.com/webmail-std/en-us/suite), the URL changes to the guce.advertising,com and I get the same error message about guce.advertising.com took too long to respond.
I'm sure my corporate network speed has something to do with it, but I can access Gmail and other websites where I have to log in just fine.
We have a solution for you, please clear your browser history, cookies and cache here’s how: https://help.aol.com/articles/clear-cookies-cache-history-and-footprints-in-your-browser . If the issue persists, please disable the Ad-block and then try to log in.
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I can not get to the aol.com page or my emails from work due to my employer recognizing guce.advertising.com as a malicious website. How can I access my emails from work and why is my employer identifying a website tied to aol.com as a malicious website. Is aol.com causing nefarious things to my computer and my employer knows more about it then I do? please help me and others at my work regain access to our emails. The response from my employer is to set up a gmail account because they have not partnered with guce.advertising.