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#15132 6-Aug-2007 11:42
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Any experiences out there with WxC's wireless?

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  #81270 6-Aug-2007 11:53
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I asked Maverick about this on July 27 and he said:

"sorry we have a couple of hitches with the new product no majors more processes so hopefully very shortly."

Maybe it's ready to go by now, I haven't heard anything more.

From past experience in dealing with BCL / Kordia via ICONZ, these things can take quite a while to resolve.  It should be a great service once WxC have got it integrated into their system.

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