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Reply # 677998 28-Aug-2012 09:42
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PaulBrislen: This is why John gets to fly the special helicopter home.

good on you, John.


This special helicopter I need to TAG ON and TAG OFF

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Reply # 678005 28-Aug-2012 09:47
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Issue has been found, Fix created and will go live Friday this week

Thanks to Doug at the 3rd party SMS vendor for the fast response

John

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  Reply # 678007 28-Aug-2012 09:51
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johnr: Issue has been found, Fix created and will go live Friday this week

Thanks to Doug at the 3rd party SMS vendor for the fast response

John


Thanks John for all your work on this! You deserve a helicopter! 



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  Reply # 678018 28-Aug-2012 10:02
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johnr: Issue has been found, Fix created and will go live Friday this week

Thanks to Doug at the 3rd party SMS vendor for the fast response

John

Thanks John!

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  Reply # 678020 28-Aug-2012 10:04
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johnr: Issue has been found, Fix created and will go live Friday this week

Thanks to Doug at the 3rd party SMS vendor for the fast response

John


Cheers Sweet, back to @, the upside down ! was fun at first then just a bugger.

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  Reply # 678060 28-Aug-2012 11:00
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Just noticed, Text messages received after 1040 are appearing normally again.

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  Reply # 678071 28-Aug-2012 11:09
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nzfatmatt: Just noticed, Text messages received after 1040 are appearing normally again.


I can confirm the 3rd party SMS vendor contacted twitter and twitter has just made a change,

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