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Posted by: Bulk
Date posted: Dec 24 2004
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On behalf of all the staff, I'd like to wish everyone a very merry Christmas (or holiday, if you prefer). Stay safe guys, but have fun!

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Posted By: jinxd on Dec 25 2004 at 00:04:44
Merry Christmas :D

Posted By: SilentSounD on Dec 25 2004 at 03:19:43
Merry Christmas!!

Posted By: Bill on Dec 25 2004 at 07:40:58
Merry Christmas! Edited by Bill on Dec 25 2004, 07:41:05

Posted By: grOOvy on Dec 25 2004 at 13:03:55
Merry Christmas! \o/

Posted By: StopD on Dec 25 2004 at 21:33:18
Merry Christmas...

Posted By: Gage on Dec 26 2004 at 03:58:23
Merry Christmas! ^.^;

Posted By: Dodger_ on Dec 26 2004 at 17:33:24
Merry Christmas!

BTW: If you didn't know it, wavelength.net's mail server isn't working. I haven't been able to get an account confirmation email nor email the moderators about this.

Posted By: Bulk on Dec 26 2004 at 18:22:24
For what ever reason, your server is refusing connections from our server. For instance, I can ping it from my home computer, but not from our server. You'll have to speak to your host, who are probably using a block list that has banned an entire IP subnet, catching ours in the process, or we're banned for another reason. I certainly wouldn't mind finding out the reason :o. The other option is to use a diffrent email address...Edited by Bulk on Dec 26 2004, 18:25:54

Posted By: Dodger_ on Dec 29 2004 at 16:11:18
I would but that's impossible since I can't seem to find a way to change my email address without being activated. Chicken and the egg. :) I'm talking to my administrator and emailing you the bounce I received today(from a different email address).

I've talked with the administrator. There are no blocks in place on any theplanet.net IP addresses. I've attempted to traceroute to thewavelength.net from my email address host, my office and my home and they all die on hop 14 inside theplanet.net. It appears to be something on Wavelength's ISP's side.Edited by Dodger_ on Dec 29 2004, 19:14:49


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