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  Reply # 184841 17-Dec-2008 19:15
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Can't get to Xnet webmail at all today.  Very, very annoying!!  And I mean, lets be really honest about this - how hard is it to keep a webmail server/service (probably the simplest of all services) up and running?

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  Reply # 184944 18-Dec-2008 11:40
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Whew. That was close Xnet.

Nearly moved to another provider.

That email and webmail problem was a bit long and frustrating

Email and Webmail seems very good this morning.

 

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  Reply # 184984 18-Dec-2008 15:16
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was it just me or was the internet out yet again in Napier?

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  Reply # 184987 18-Dec-2008 15:28
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I couldnt connect in Wellington?  BTW having the Geekzone dates US based is a pain in the butt

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  Reply # 184988 18-Dec-2008 15:30
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Can confirm that it just went out again in Auckland.



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  Reply # 184990 18-Dec-2008 15:32
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kiwitrc: I couldnt connect in Wellington?  BTW having the Geekzone dates US based is a pain in the butt


Just change it to NZ time in your profile Options

I think xnet need to tell us a bit more whats going wrong than just "Network Issues" like there site says.

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  Reply # 184991 18-Dec-2008 15:34
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Doh! Thanks Boby55

Any one have any Journo contacts. Maybe they will come clean once these ongoing issues hit the press. If it was Xtra the media would be over them.

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  Reply # 184995 18-Dec-2008 15:43
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xnet is on a coffee break, please try again later

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