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# 41603 19-Sep-2009 16:37
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Keep getting this non helpful message on my N97 on XT when trying to use it.

Never saw it with vodafone at all. Have deleted all the vodafone APNs just leaving internet.telecom.co.nz in under the internet destination (and some wifi that I am not near)

As a result I cant set up the proper nokia email program on the phone with any new email accounts. I guess I can put a 2degrees sim in to set it up, but I have had this come up when trying to check email when using the web, or when the last.fm client has tried to update.

I cant find any limit to set how many connections there are so whats the solution to this problem?




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  # 257585 22-Sep-2009 14:53
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So noone has a clue about this error on the handset? Its making the XT sim unusable for me in the handset since I cant even check my email most of the time without disconnecting the web, and even then it often just comes back that the connection is in use by messaging and to close it, at which point the connection to the mailbox fails. Am using internet.telecom.co.nz because thats what was automatically texted to me. Will give direct.telecom.co.nz a shot later on.




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  # 257594 22-Sep-2009 15:39
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whoops, i posted this in the wrong thread:

http://discussions.europe.nokia.com/discussions/board/message?board.id=communicators&thread.id=20589

Try this, it looks as though it has 3 APs configured, possibly 1 hidden, from the old Voda or similar settings




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