Thursday, March 21, 2013

Memphis Energized

Be sure to tune in to the March/April edition of Memphis Energized features tips and advice on what you can do to make your home more energy efficient . Also, we show you how MLGW prepares for spring storms, what you can do to make sure your home is ready, and how to prepare an emergency kit. That and more on this edition of Memphis Energized.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I just turned this in to MLG&W CustomerCare and Gale Jones Carson, but word needs to get out:

After installing IE10 over IE9 and selecting Enable Protected Mode for 64-bit operation on Windows 7 SP1, I had to add to Trusted sites (which defaults to NOT Enable Protected Mode) in order not to get an error message from that site that I did not allow cookies. This behavior may reflect a difference in cookie handling between the Medium-high level default for the Internet zone and the Medium default level for Trusted sites.

If this is an oversight or caused by something new in IE10, I’m sure you want to make adjustments and alert your customers of anything new they need to do.

Considering my bill was due today and that all people help was unavailable early Friday evening, this was traumatic for me. I was finally able to log on and pay.

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