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  Reply # 22242 28-Oct-2005 13:00

(p/s: i guess i'll delay my WM5 purchase now... be it JasJar or Apache or KJam... does this also affect WM5 PDA connecting via bluetooth to 3G/GPRS?


Got apache, had jasjer, I've had no success with msn, On the jasjar 3g via usb/bt works fine

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  Reply # 22245 28-Oct-2005 13:49
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hmmm.. this is getting more interesting... So you can get onto MSN Messenger on JasJar using ActiveSync connection?....... tricky tricky... so does this mean TNZ and Vodafone are working together to launch MSN Mobile services?


Well if TNZ is going to do all MSN stuff, I'd say, launch the whole MSN services... MSN Hotmail with more space, MSN Subscription plan... oh and another great thing... EPG Guide via Telecom NZ... imagine TNZ and TVNZ (and Sky?) working together to provide EPG for MCE users! YAY!




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  Reply # 22246 28-Oct-2005 14:03

oh i drifted off into my own little world
pocket msn on the jasjar didnt work through activesync (it was disabled as i used wmodem for the net) and when connected through dsl and connected via activesync it didn't work eitehr

normal msn however worked on my laptop over 3g

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Reply # 22249 28-Oct-2005 14:09
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chiefie: hmmm.. this is getting more interesting... So you can get onto MSN Messenger on JasJar using ActiveSync connection?....... tricky tricky... so does this mean TNZ and Vodafone are working together to launch MSN Mobile services?
I have not tested this with ActiveSync yet. And I would not jump to these conclusions yet.





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Reply # 22250 28-Oct-2005 14:22
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mmm... true..


anyhow, i'll jump for the sake of jumping! LOL




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Reply # 22257 28-Oct-2005 16:16
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Disenchanted, please try again on your Apache. I have just tried on the Universal I have here and it's working fine again.


MSN Messenger Mobile


MSN Mobile Today plugin showing number of unread messages on MSN Hotmail Inbox

The interesting thing is:

- TNZ states in the box it is not supported - obviously they should talk about some MSN Mobile services not MSN Messenger
- While Windows Mobile 5.0 couldn't connect there was no problem connecting Windows Mobile 2003.

Weird...





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  Reply # 22260 28-Oct-2005 17:30
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SO.... is it all good again? Was it a network glitch?




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  Reply # 22261 28-Oct-2005 17:32
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MSN still doesn't work on the Telecom Apache but it does work on the Vodafone NZ JasJar; have tried both the 3G and the Wifi connection on the latter.




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  Reply # 22265 28-Oct-2005 21:14
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so even on WiFi with Apache, it won't work either?




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  Reply # 22281 29-Oct-2005 09:22
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Well, that's weird... now Pocket MSN works over WiFi on the Apache.

And signing in to Messenger on the Jasjar over UMTS no longer works - Logon to MSN Messenger Service failed because the service is not responding.





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Reply # 22282 29-Oct-2005 09:42
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It looks like the MSN Messenger service is being inconsistent these days. Have to observe it longer...





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  Reply # 22283 29-Oct-2005 09:49

temporary conditions ... blah blah on wifi @ laffare in town, good food though.

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  Reply # 22287 29-Oct-2005 10:28
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Yeah it really is being inconsistent... just managed to log in to Messenger via EV-DO on the Apache.

It's probably an authentication problem.




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  Reply # 22295 29-Oct-2005 15:08
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Havent ever been able to login in on my Jasjar. I especially went and got a passport profile etc so that I could abuse my brother in law (the only other person I know on MSN) from where ever I am.

From the posts above, it appears to be inconsistent. I'll keep trying.

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  Reply # 22297 29-Oct-2005 16:11

i've had no luck on it at all

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