AOL users should not use the AOL
email or the built-in browser that comes with AOL to order Trax
as they use a proprietary protocol that does not play well with
There are many issues with AOL email, mainly problems with their
"over eager" or "aggressive" mail filters
(which are only supposed to block spam but, in reality, block
many legitimate emails too).
The AOL email program is also guilty of breaking links in the
emails you receive so when you try to click on a link, it doesn't
open the way it should (and in some cases just blocks it completely)!
There are also many issues with AOL's built-in browser, especially
when using Microsoft products. AOL users should start the AOL
connection, and then minimize the windows and open Microsoft Internet
Explorer, Netscape, or Mozilla.
How To do
1. Connect to the Internet just as you
would normally through your AOL browser.
2. Once you're connected minimize your AOL browser window
3. Open Microsoft Internet Explorer (the big blue "E"
icon usually found on your desk top), or
click on your computer Start> Programs> Internet Explorer
4. In the Explorer browser, type www.mp3backingtrax.com
in to the address bar (or copy the
shortcut and paste it into the address bar).
You'll now be able
to view our complete web site and you shouldn't have any problems
ordering or downloading.
Why is this necessary?
AOL's browser (and their email program)
is designed to function differently than most other browsers,
so it reads the content of an email or a web page differently.
Consequently if you are viewing a web page in AOL you may not
see 100% of the content that the web page has to offer, and the
page may not display as the webmaster intended it to.
accused of blocking opponents email