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Topic # 74911 10-Jan-2011 15:00
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Just got this text out of the blue from 2degrees:

"Sorry, we are currently experiencing technical difficulties. Please try again later".

I have no idea what that's in response to as I haven't touched my phone all day besides receiving one phone call.

Anyone else?

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  Reply # 425783 10-Jan-2011 15:27
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aw: Just got this text out of the blue from 2degrees:

"Sorry, we are currently experiencing technical difficulties. Please try again later".

I have no idea what that's in response to as I haven't touched my phone all day besides receiving one phone call.

Anyone else?


Hi, can you DM me your 2D number and I'll look into it for you. Can you tell me what time you received it?

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  Reply # 425794 10-Jan-2011 15:48
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Thanks for the fast reply! The text arrived at 14:58 today and my mobile number is in the PM I sent as requested.

edit: Contrary to what I said above, I did send a couple of texts this morning (forgot about those earlier sorry) but they were received by the other party and they replied to me so they worked...

Cheers

Andrew

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 426210 11-Jan-2011 17:02
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Oh another thing I noticed - the SMS timestamps on missed call notifications are out by one hour - they're one hour too fast (ie UTC+14)

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  Reply # 426471 12-Jan-2011 12:03
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aw: Oh another thing I noticed - the SMS timestamps on missed call notifications are out by one hour - they're one hour too fast (ie UTC+14)


Have you checked your time settings on your phone are set correctly, i.e. Auto Update?

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  Reply # 426506 12-Jan-2011 13:03
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Yes, it's all fine. I've only noticed the wrong time on the missed call notifications. The SMS timestamp is one hour ahead, the time in the message body is correct. SMSs received from anyone else are fine.

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  Reply # 426553 12-Jan-2011 15:23
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I've noticed that time error too.

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  Reply # 426562 12-Jan-2011 15:44
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The header time error is being logged with the vendor. The time in the message body is correct.




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