Browser Settings

TeamWox uses SSL technology in its operations. SSL, Secure Socket Layer, is a cryptographic protocol that provides secure communications on the Internet. It makes the server-client connection secured.

The use of SSL determines the use of the "https://" prefix before the server address.

The users of Mozilla Firefox and Opera browsers are recommended to enable SSL-information caching. This will greatly increase the speed of working in the system. This section contains the description of adjusting only two above browsers, because they have this option disabled by default.

Mozilla Firefox

In order to adjust the browser, you should enter "about:config" in the browser address line and go to this page.

Mozilla Firefox

Then you should find the "browser.cache.disk_cache_ssl" entry in the list that appears, and press on it in the "Value" field. The value will be changed from "False" to "True", and the entry will become bold. Then you can close the "about:config" tab and start working with TeamWox.

Opera

In order to adjust the browser, you should enter "opera:config" in the browser address line and go to this page.

Opera

Then you should find the "Disk cache" section in the list and press with the left button of your mouse on it. In the window that opens after that, you should check the "Cache HTTPS" field and press the "Save" button. Then you can close the "opera:config" tab and start working with TeamWox.