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  Reply # 23289 15-Nov-2005 17:58
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With Wifi, i can be signed in, but if turn the apache off, i stay signed in (and appear online), but any messages to me go into a black hole somewhere, if i turn the apache back on, i dont get them (although i do get any new messages whilst the apache is on), is this normal?




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  Reply # 23294 15-Nov-2005 19:21
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Jama: That sure is weird - I have changed my regional settings to Old Blighty and sure enough it logs in. When it passes the URL it must pick up the region from the device. So, for those of you who have it working consistantly are your units set to NZ for region?
Yes, I am using English (New Zealand) and it connects ok.





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  Reply # 23302 15-Nov-2005 21:35
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Changed my region to UK and also signed in now.
Will see how it works.
If it does, does anyone know the charges for this. On Yahoo Vodaphone it was the same as an sms txt message.

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  Reply # 23304 15-Nov-2005 22:05
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It uses GPRS/3G so it will depend what data plan you are on. It has nothing to do with SMS



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  Reply # 23309 15-Nov-2005 22:38
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johnr: It uses GPRS/3G so it will depend what data plan you are on. It has nothing to do with SMS

An Apache using GPRS? I doubt it :-)
If you dont have a data plan, please stop using data on your device immediately, and contact me. (You have my email address from the other day).

With no data plan, you pay $8 per megabyte. You really must have at least the lowest monthly plan.




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Reply # 23311 15-Nov-2005 23:07
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LOL ok was reading this on my jasjar saw the words vodaphone and cost.

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Reply # 23329 16-Nov-2005 00:48
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Thank you so much everyone. All seems fine now with MSN. Changed regions to UK - worked, then back to NZ and soft reset - still fine. Not sure I will ever understand this but thank you all. :-)

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  Reply # 23763 24-Nov-2005 04:41
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I have exactly this problem with a SPV M5000:

I have tried a soft reset - same problem,
I have 20Mb of storage free and 23Mb of program space free,
and have cleared the cache as you suggested.

NB I am using this over a wireless network not 3G or GPRS.

Internet surfing is fine and I can access hotmail by using internet explorer,
just not via the integrated msn home icons.

Hope this helps!

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Reply # 24569 10-Dec-2005 14:18
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I have received some information that a fault related to this problem was fixed. Can anyone confirm that their previously not working MSN connection is working fine now (without applying any changes)?

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