What are Cookies?

Internet Cookies are a small piece of data stored locally by your browser that saves information and helps identify you to web sites upon subsequent visits.

IE 4.x Browser

  1. Go to View on the menu bar
  2. Pick Internet Options
  3. Click the Advanced tab
  4. Go down to the Cookies section
  5. Click "Always Accept Cookies"
  6. Click OK

IE 5.x Client

  1. Go to Tools on the menu bar
  2. Pick Internet Options
  3. Click the Security tab
  4. Go to Internet
  5. Click "Custom Level"
  6. Find Cookie
  7. Click "enable"
  8. Click OK

IE 6.x Client

  1. Go to Tools --> Internet Options from the menu bar
  2. Click the Privacy tab
  3. Click Advanced
  4. Make sure the radio button next to either Accept or Prompt in "First Party cookies" is highlighted. If it is not, click the box next to "Override automatic cookie handling" and highlight the appropriate button.
  5. Click OK

AOL 5.x Client

  1. Go to My AOL
  2. Pick WWW
  3. Click the Security tab
  4. Go to Custom Level
  5. Find Cookie
  6. Click "enable"
  7. Click OK

Netscape 6.x

  1. Click Edit on the Toolbar.
  2. Click Preferences.
  3. Click the Privacy and Security category; expand the list to show the subcategories.
  4. Click Cookies.
  5. Three options are displayed. Click the appropriate choice:
  6. Disable cookies
  7. Enable cookies for the originating web site only
  8. Enable all cookies
  9. If you want to be notified when a web site tries to set a cookie, select "Warn me before accepting a cookie."

Netscape 4.x Clients

  1. Go to Edit on the menu bar
  2. Pick Preferences
  3. Go to the Advanced option on the Category menu
  4. Click the check box next to "Accept All Cookies"
  5. Click OK

Mac AOL with IE 4.x Browser

  1. Go to My AOL on the menu bar
  2. Pick WWW
  3. Go to the Advanced Settings option on the Category menu
  4. Click "Cookies"
  5. When receiving cookies: Click "Never Ask"
  6. Click OK

For further instructions on how to change your cookies settings, please use your browser's HELP documentation to make the appropriate changes.