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    I cant find web content filtering in the settings, dosent this come with my account?
    • CommentAuthorrotblitz
    • CommentTimeMay 16th 2012
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    There's a "Read this before you post anything!" sticky on top of the forum. What do you think is it good for? Is this an advice for you to ignore it? :angry:
    • CommentAuthorcezanne
    • CommentTimeMay 17th 2012
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    it's a little more complicated than that!

    Several people had this issue, too much to believe that people did something stupid; I had the same issue, signed up the right way, everything looked fine but... no Web Content Filtering; did not give up looking for the problem and finally found it:
    when signing up for a basic home account I filled out the field "Job" since I guessed one was interested to know what I did for a living; that appeared to be the culprit! After I deleted the Job field the Web Content Filtering appeared like magic! Conclusion: filling out the Job field was interpreted as being a professional user who can't sign up for a free account including Web Content Filtering? I think this issue has to be adressed by the webmaster of OpenDNS.
    Thankful People: rotblitz, Red Prince, jaugustesen
    • CommentAuthorrotblitz
    • CommentTimeMay 17th 2012
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    Ah, agreed. This makes perfectly sense.
    • CommentAuthorptum
    • CommentTimeMay 21st 2012
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    I've been using the whitelist-only feature for about a week, but I quickly ran into the 50-url limit. Many websites these days require two or three entries in order to work properly -- and yet I think I can successfully whitelist everything I need on my network if I had another hundred or so whitelist entries. Can't this be extended from 50 to 200 or so?
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    Sure, if you buy an Enterprise package. But there is little point asking in the forum for something which can only be officially responded to by OpenDNS.

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