I am having this problem, get error 502 when I try to sign in to my emails. Gets worse every day. Sometimes resolved by refreshing the page, but not always. Help
Go to wiki-errors and download ---error 502 repair tool Its caused by misconfigered windows programme
If you only get the Error 502 when trying to get your email via webmail it is possibly to do with the ongoing migration and BT servers rather than a problem with your computer.
There are other reports of people being unable to log on to their email and having to repeatedly try. I would not do anything to your computer settings at this time. Give it a while to see if it sorts itself out.
GG Thats 3 sites I have visited and all say its a fault in windows configeration. I doubt they would all lie. Yes GG I read it . It conflicts with the other sites I visited BUT they do say it still could be a PC fault and dont eliminate it.if you read on.
If you are happy to click on a link and down load an unknown tool from a wiki site to repair an error then go ahead. I know I wouldn't. I no longer wonder why you have so many security problems on your computer!
Others are posting of problems logging into their email.
Go onto Microsofts own site and search Error 502 to see that there are many reason for it.
I also did not say it can not be a fault on the OP's computer but at this stage due to the other information of others have problems getting into their email I suggested not doing anything to his computer because the fault may not lie there.
I dont have security problem now GG My expensive protection system took care of that along with many more security issues . I have I also have other defence type programmes that do not conflict with the main one.Along with IP blocking which was sending data to another computer. I know most of the IPs that are hacked and have internet programmes that alert me to most types of infiltration along with anti-exploit.and more to the point anti-cryptolocker. I even now have access to a site I was blocked from . So no problems now GG.
Well I'm happy for you about that, but I don't want the OP to have security problems by clicking on a download tool that as far as I am aware, has not been tested or recommended by anybody.