To delete just MO or another sites cookies use this from Microsoft.. both work about the same , just some tabs are different on access but you still can delete all at once or one seleted at a time if needed..
It's different for IE-6 and IE-7
If you believe a Web site has placed a cookie on your computer that you don't want, you can delete it. When you change how Internet Explorer 6 handles cookies, the new privacy settings might not apply to cookies that are already on your computer. To make sure that all the cookies meet your new settings, you can delete all the existing cookies.
On the Internet Explorer 6 Tools menu, click Internet Options.
On the General tab, click the Settings button, and then click the View files button.
In the window (to your hard disk drive) that opens, find the cookie you want to delete.
Click to select the cookie you want to delete.
If you want to delete more than one cookie, press CTRL as you click each cookie that you want to delete (this lets you select a group of cookies). If you want to delete all the existing cookies, press CTRL+A to select them all.
Press the Delete key.
When you are finished, click OK twice.
Be careful! Some Web sites store your member name, password, or other personal information in a cookie, so if you delete that cookie, you may need to re-enter this information the next time you visit the site.
Tools, Internet Options, under General Tab... Browsing History open Settings,, then open view files in the new window.. Cookie list will come up... on the far left of list , right click on the ( cookie owner: ) you want to delete and select delete it will remove it.. .. Sites are listed in middle and dates accessed on right..
I also have my settings to Keep History 1 day only, that way you don't get thousands of cookies.. to filter through..
You also want to auto update web sites accessed and STAY AWAY FROM MOVE FOLDER OR VIEW OBJECTS YOU NEVER WANT TO MESS THERE UNLESS YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR DOING.. . YOU CAN REALLY SCREW THE POOCH IN THERE..