cPanel integrated AJAX scripting into the control panel. You may notice this in how menus "slide" and "expand," however it can cause browser incompatibilities.
The error appears similar to "AJAX Failure! I failed 3 times. Please refresh the page and try again." and it shows only in the email account section of cPanel. At this time it seems to only affects Safari browsers that do not support AJAX scripting, predominately Safari version 4 and some Safari version 5.
To resolve this matter you can do the following:
- Clear the Safari browser's cache.
- Try a different browser such as Firefox or Chrome.
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