Ray fixed the issue.
Apple – Support – Discussions – SafariErrorDomain error 1, invalid …. Turned out to be a problem with Comcast and their network. Nothing for you to fix.
Join the club. Fortunately KJK555 has a solution or you can do it manually yourself by clicking this post. Turns out to be a problem with the mDNSResponder.
You can get it here:
unzip it to your desktop and install the package.
note: for installation on 10.6.5 systems only.
#replaces the four files described in my previous post#
According to chochos: (this fixed the issue)
Another option is to type this:
run the terminal and wrote
sudo chflags -R nouchg /
John Mertes said:
Received and installed the replacement /Applications/Mail.app/Contents/Resources/Mail.help is 28.3 MB on disk 21,241,463 bytes for 3,648 items; 2 bytes different.But Mail Help now works!Thank You!
Apple – Support – Discussions – Manually provided DNS server addresses …. This is not official but it has been my experience as well. Even better is to just avoid any DNS server that is questionable.