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The icon requires authentication with my companies intra-net it seems. I replaced it with a data-url and could now successfully load the script.

Thanks for the immediate solution ... you're really quick!

BTW: You can re-enable the check, now that I've learned what caused the problem. Maybe you can add some error-message to point the user to the broken @icon URL?

Hi Marti,

I was fighting with the correctly formatted license header the other day. Now I found a way to pacify those warnings, but instead the import from GH just responds with (translated to English):

Error: secured connection failed
Connection to server reset while loading the page.
- The website cannot be displayed, as authenticity cannot be validated.
- Contact the owner of the website to inform them of the problem

further information:
O Report errors to Mozilla to help identify and block fraudulent websites
try again

I tried chromium and rekonq but did not succeed either.

My repository is at:
If you could please have a look?

Also uploading the file directly from hdd or pasting the script contents into the editor here did not work for me.

I even tried to publish my headers with a single hello-world line, but could not get anything through.

Following error only goes away on deactivation of this gm-script.

After login was successful and an up-to-date cookie takes over authorization, outlook works even with the script enabled.

It was working fine with the previous release.


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X-OWA-Error: ClientError;exMsg=$.cookie is not a function;file=_a.$2D.$221@
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Date: 27.02.2017 07:43:59

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