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Topic # 165937 25-Feb-2015 09:34
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Hi Team,

I have several processes in different locations that send email, and all of them on Vodafone broadband connections have stopped working.

Is anyone else seeing the same symptoms?

smtp.vodafone.co.nz is still pinging fine.

Cheers
Mike




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  Reply # 1246168 25-Feb-2015 09:37
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Already looking into the issue



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  Reply # 1246177 25-Feb-2015 09:46
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Thank you johnr.

I've *just* had some messages arrive.

I did look at the network status page first - nothing mentioned there that I could see.




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  Reply # 1246360 25-Feb-2015 13:14
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Any update on this? I am seeing some mail-flow, however I still see multiple people having intermittent issues sending email through Vodafone's SMTP server.

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