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  Reply # 494604 18-Jul-2011 11:50
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2DegreesCare: There was an SMS delay issue that affected some customers that started about 18:00 last night and was resolved at 23:40. Apologies for the inconvenience.

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Hi there,

Given that it was a delay issue, will the messages which were sent still be delivered?  I sent a bunch of messages during that period which did not appear to be received, and likewise was sent some messages which I did not receive.  Just wondering if these were still going to be delivered or are these now lost in the ether?

Cheers :)

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  Reply # 494607 18-Jul-2011 11:55
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I got part 2 of a 2 part message, the first part never arrived.




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  Reply # 494609 18-Jul-2011 11:56
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yann:
Given that it was a delay issue, will the messages which were sent still be delivered?  I sent a bunch of messages during that period which did not appear to be received, and likewise was sent some messages which I did not receive.  Just wondering if these were still going to be delivered or are these now lost in the ether?

Cheers :)


It kind of depends where they got stuck, so no-one can give you a definite answer on that, sorry.




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  Reply # 495280 19-Jul-2011 13:59
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yann:
2DegreesCare: There was an SMS delay issue that affected some customers that started about 18:00 last night and was resolved at 23:40. Apologies for the inconvenience.

^POB




Hi there,

Given that it was a delay issue, will the messages which were sent still be delivered?  I sent a bunch of messages during that period which did not appear to be received, and likewise was sent some messages which I did not receive.  Just wondering if these were still going to be delivered or are these now lost in the ether?

Cheers :)


PM me your 2D number with the numbers, network you sent them to and times and I'll look into it. 

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