Receive the "403 Forbidden" error code on a Web site, I've been accessing years. It is written "forbidden you don't have permission to access the/_cqr/login on that server." I can access this site (AOL) on other browsers. Help!

Receive the "403 Forbidden" error code on a Web site, I've been accessing years. It is written "forbidden you don't have permission to access the/_cqr/login on that server." I can access this site (AOL) on other browsers.

I emptied my cache.  I rebooted Firefox.  This is my email website - never had a problem before.  I am able to access it on Safari.  I even tried the simple address (rather then my bookmarked login address) - still got the same error message!
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I have the same problem: it is written ' forbidden you don't have permission to access the/_cqr/login on that server. " I can access this site (AOL) on other browsers. After that I connected to AOL, I get this message. then I go to the address line and delete everything after than the aol.com and her and then press ENTER. then, I'm registered and can read my emails. How can we solve this problem?

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