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Topic # 8166 8-Jun-2006 15:11
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Tues 8th June 2006

Via my Pocket PC I have been unable to connect to email or internet to vodafone service today. Either 2g or 3g.

I am very close to a vodafone signal antenna.

My setup is fine, I have another email account that connects fine to www.gmail.com ok.

I think vodafone are having security access issues, do you concur .

I find vodafone email to be a poor service, this has happed all to oftern.


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  Reply # 37976 8-Jun-2006 15:13
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check my blog posts about Gmail (this is a filtered URL showing only my posts about Gmail, and nothing else)

I think its great...







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Reply # 37983 8-Jun-2006 17:15
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Digs have you tried a soft reset on the device before starting this thread

I have checked my Vodafone mail all afternoon many times with no issue

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  Reply # 38014 8-Jun-2006 23:16
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Since my last hard reset I have had trouble connecting my with my pop email account too. I have to fiddle around around with soft resets. I know the account details are correct sop it seems hard to fathom





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