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Topic # 26932 7-Oct-2008 18:45
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Hi there! Any idea what happened to Snapfish New Zealand Webpage?

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  Reply # 169641 7-Oct-2008 18:53
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What would be the problem?

Loads and seems fine here.




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  Reply # 169676 7-Oct-2008 20:23
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I have been trying all day to get onto snapfish.co.nz with no luck..  I am trying to take their offer of 1c prints as I received an email from them stating today was the last day to do so.. I have emailed their support email add but have no reply as of yet.  It just keeps coming up saying connection error check u are connected to the internet....
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  Reply # 169690 7-Oct-2008 21:04
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If i type www.snapfish.co.nz the error message says:

Address Not Found                             
          Firefox can't find the server at www.snapfish.co.nz.
                       
The browser could not find the host server for the provided address.

    * Did you make a mistake when typing the domain? (e.g. "ww.mozilla.org" instead of "www.mozilla.org")
    * Are you certain this domain address exists?  Its registration may have expired.
    * Are you unable to browse other sites?  Check your network connection and DNS server settings.
    * Is your computer or network protected by a firewall or proxy? 

But if i used the US and Singapore sites works fine. except Austalia and New Zealand website.

same as ROZCAM post. Any help would be appreciated. How can i avail my $0.01 cents per print of 6x4 promo?


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  Reply # 169696 7-Oct-2008 21:24
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Can someone put this into a different forum?


Anyway, who are you two with? Here from a Vodafone connection, and it's fine.




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  Reply # 169704 7-Oct-2008 21:34
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Am using broadband connection with xtra...  Can get to any other website but just not snapfish...



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  Reply # 169706 7-Oct-2008 21:34
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Im with Ihug/Vodafone and i've tried also using Xtra/Telecom but still no luck on www.snapfish.co.nz

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  Reply # 169732 7-Oct-2008 23:54
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No go for me either on an Xtra residential connection, but works fine from my work ICONZ connection.

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  Reply # 169738 8-Oct-2008 00:16
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It's fine here:

tim@mail:~$ dig @ns3.snapfish.com www.snapfish.co.nz

;; QUESTION SECTION:
;www.snapfish.co.nz. IN A

;; ANSWER SECTION:
www.snapfish.co.nz. 3600 IN A 64.147.181.91 <--- We got a valid IP for www.snapfish.co.nz from their primary name server.

Maybe their namservers failed earlier and a few ISPs have cached old/stale/broken info?

Flick your DNS servers to OpenDNS and see if that helps?

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  Reply # 169982 8-Oct-2008 20:57
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It seems that DigitalMax and SnapFish are merging..



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  Reply # 169995 8-Oct-2008 21:28
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It's now restored the www.snapfish.co.nz but the promo ends yesterday for 1c photo print :(. Someone told me that HP NZ having terrible problems with the site due to high volume of print orders. Anyway, thanks to all you Geek guys.

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