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When typing email the cursor stops and sticks. If I continue typing when it is frozen, nothing happens. I have to wait

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When typing email the cursor stops and sticks. If I continue typing when it is frozen, nothing happens. I have to wait tznorwood 12/16/09 9:21 AM
When typing emial the cursor stops and sticks.  Interestingly, though, typing in this comment window things are working fine.  I can't type at normal speed.  Every 15 characters or so it will just stop.  If I keep typing, nothing happens.  I have to wait for a second or two and then go back and finish what I am typing. 
 
I also have the sticking when I try to move around in the email.  It freezes and I can't freely scroll through it.  Is there a setting to be changed to fix this?  Is there a download or an upgrade to resolve this problem?  I am getting ready to switch to another provider because it takes two to three times longer to compose an e-mail than with, say, hotmail or yahoo.
 
Please help.
 
 
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Re: When typing email the cursor stops and sticks. If I continue typing when it is frozen, nothing happens. I have to wait jhklink 12/16/09 1:30 PM
I have no solution but it has just started happening to me as well.  In addition, retrieving emails, opening my emails, and switching from in box to sent mail, etc. all take a much longer than usual time.  Any suggestions that a non-expert could understand would be greatly appreciated.
Re: When typing email the cursor stops and sticks. If I continue typing when it is frozen, nothing happens. I have to wait dianeelm 12/16/09 1:31 PM
I have the same problem.  Did you ever find a resolution to the problem?
Re: When typing email the cursor stops and sticks. If I continue typing when it is frozen, nothing happens. I have to wait malcolmyoung 12/30/09 9:33 AM
 Mozilla Firefox is the answer.It seems to me Internet Explorer is the problem,good luck to everyone