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  Reply # 168183 30-Sep-2008 22:13
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Don't worry - the server didn't even feel it. And should be even better in a couple of weeks when the new server comes live...




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Reply # 168229 1-Oct-2008 08:55
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coffeebaron: Thanks for your email Mauricio. Removed the feeds, but atleast the "new forum posts" should work now. Hope I didn't nearly crash Geekzone with my 36000 logins


This is not the first time - it happened before with someone else's IE8 beta 2. I might even prevent IE 8 from access our feeds to prevent this behaviour.

I've logeed this to Micosoft Connect, but they can't reproduce it (of course not, this is so random).

Are you behind a proxy? Transparent proxy? Is this your company LAN, or consumer broadband? Any other information to help find this problem? Feel free to PM me with answers.

I guess a lot of people won't be happy if IE8 comes out with this...




 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 168236 1-Oct-2008 09:17
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Just a standard Xnet Fusion connection, no proxies or anything like that. I could try adding one of the feeds again - perhaps it's a bug in the importing of the feeds from IE7. I could also try with and with out my auto login enabled.

Let me know if there is anything you want me to try:

My system:
Vista Ultimate 64 bit
IE8 Beta 2
Office 2007 Pro
Draytek Vigor 2700
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