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WTF?! is it me or them when i open Outlook Express 6 i get "The connection to the server has failed. Account: 'POP3.direcway.com', Server: 'POP3.direcway.com', Protocol: POP3, Port: 110, Secure(SSL): No, Socket Error: 10061, Error Number: 0x800CCC0E".. wtf.. can someone help me?

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Well,

this is really freaking interesting.  I happen to be reading the posts and noticed that you had a problem with the mail servers.  Well as of last night I noticed two different things that occurred on my 6000,

1)  I can no longer reach any of the mail servers,  within the mail client or manually pinging them,  I can ping other sites as well as have HTTP,  HTTPS, FTP, and Port 3389 (remote access) connectivity.

2)  I noticed the DHCP server on the 6000 is not running.  I couldnt get on my network so I had to statically assign the ip's on my machines temporarily so I could connect.  I dont remember  ( I have CRS  :lol:)  having the ability as a user to start or stop the DHCP server manually,  AND I noticed where the firewall was always set to off,  is now ON. 

Are the rocket scientists from Dway up to their old tricks?  Or does anyone else have any info.?

I am NOT going to call India and be subjected to those idiots on level one..........

Anybody have a valid Level 2 incident code and telco number? 

This is most interesting............. 

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