Thank you for contacting Flickr Customer Care.
Before I go into addressing your concern, I'd like to first apologize
for the delay in my responding to your inquiry. We are committed to
answering your questions as quickly and accurately as possible. However,
we are currently receiving unusually high volumes which caused the
I understand that you are experiencing slow connection when trying to
access the Flickr site. Let me be of assistance.
From your description, it sounds like you are having trouble using
Organizr). When we get reports of an error like this, it is usually
because of an issue with your browser, system, firewall, or maybe the
I have taken a look at your account and was not able to replicate this.
Since we can't replicate this, it is hard to troubleshoot from our end,
but here are the most common things that you can check to resolve this:
- Clearing cache: This is the easiest thing to try and can often solve
the issue. For information on how to clear your cache please see:
Flickr: Help: On the Flickr website
- If you are using Firewall and/or virus software, try turning this off
temporarily to see if this allows the cookie to be set. If it works with
that off, you may need to troubleshoot that software to add Yahoo! and
Flickr as trusted sites.
- Often the trouble is that your browser is not loading the page
properly. If you have made any changes to how your browser is configured
(ex. adding extensions, toolbars, etc.), this may be part of the
problem. You may need to try removing anything that you have recently
added. If this doesn't work, you may want to try using a different
browser or uninstalling your current browser and reinstalling the latest
- If you are accessing Flickr from work, you may need to talk to your
blocked by the network. If you are accessing Flickr from home and using
a wireless network, you may also want to try hooking up directly to your
Thank you again for contacting us. If you have any other questions,
please feel free to reply to this email.
Flickr Customer Care