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Topic # 151963 11-Sep-2014 14:21
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Is anyone else having this issue? I can read, and compose replies, but the moment I try to send nothing happens, it just times out. 

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  Reply # 1126573 11-Sep-2014 14:31
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Working okay for me.

Windows 8.1, Chrome, Spark VDSL in Auckland




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  Reply # 1126625 11-Sep-2014 16:10
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Sorted. I disabled IPv6 and it went through. Seems the messaging side doesn't like it. 

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  Reply # 1129254 15-Sep-2014 17:19
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Strange. No problem here with IPV6.

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  Reply # 1129256 15-Sep-2014 17:21
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linw: Strange. No problem here with IPV6.


never had any v6 issues here iver.




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  Reply # 1129262 15-Sep-2014 17:26
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That's weird because every time I've tried on IPv6 it's just timed out on me. I'm not bothered as I can remember to switch out when messages come in. 

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  Reply # 1129265 15-Sep-2014 17:31
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Elpie: That's weird because every time I've tried on IPv6 it's just timed out on me. I'm not bothered as I can remember to switch out when messages come in. 


snap ipv6 right?

odd. haven't seen many post popping up of recent.


dont think my connection is a very good metric, as that has been consistent since the start..




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