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Topic # 5732 21-Nov-2005 21:59
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Anyone tried to login to the MSN using pocket MSN on the apache?
I keep getting a popup error, stating 'Logon to MSN messenger service failed because the service is not responding. Please Try again Later. With 'retry' and 'cancel' buttons.

Hasn't worked for me at all...




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Reply # 23636 21-Nov-2005 22:07
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There's a long thread about MSN and Windows Mobile 5.0 already going on. Hard to say what's happening, but it works for some, doesn't work for others.

Folks have tried with an i-mate Jasjar on Vodafone, with the Apache on Telecom and results have been mixed.

You might want to try a trick that seems to work: change your Regional Settings to English (UK), soft reset when requested and try connecting. If it works, then you can change the Regional Settings back to English (New Zealand).






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  Reply # 23637 21-Nov-2005 22:41
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Please use the link freitasm has provided above to continue this conversation.
Thanks.




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