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Created: Jun 5, 2010
weslindsey Created: Jun. 5, 2010
me too. Nokia E71x. Have talked to AT&T several times. Apparrently, I've been escalated. Will repost when/if I get a resolution.
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weslindsey Created: Jun. 5, 2010
Same problem here. I use a Nokia E71x. I did a hard reset of the phone, reinstalled Xpress mail, tried to setup my account... guess what? Same thing. Have been on the phone with AT&T and Nokia. Both have been about as helpful as a thumbtack in my sock.
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weslindsey Created: Jun. 5, 2010
Same problem here. I use a Nokia E71x. I did a hard reset of the phone, reinstalled Xpress mail, tried to setup my account... guess what? Same thing. Have been on the phone with AT&T and Nokia. Both have been about as helpful as a thumbtack in my sock.
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weslindsey Created: Jun. 5, 2010
Not to add fuel to the fire, but over a year from the original post date, I continue to have the exact same problem. I get the following message when attempting to configure Xpressmail: "Error S7122: Cannot connect to the server. Please check your connection and try again." the account I'm using is a personal domain accoung (lindseymd.com). Mail for exchange works fine. M...
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weslindsey Created: Oct. 21, 2007
There was some real *nice* bulls up for auction yesterday. Had to resist the urge to buy another Brahman.
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Created: Oct 20, 2007
weslindsey Created: Oct. 20, 2007
RFD = Rural Free Delivery, as in "Mayberry RFD," the Andy Griffith spin-off. Sorry for the mistake. It's hell getting old.
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Created: Oct 20, 2007
weslindsey Created: Oct. 20, 2007
I thought I'd seen it all. RFD TV in HD? Wow. I bet most people on this forum have no idea what a RFD is. It stands for Rural Family Development, if anyone is interested. Watching this channel is like a spycam on where I grew up, except we didn't have TV til I was 10. Nowhere else can you see shows dedicated to horses, antique tractors and "Future Farmers of America" upda...
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Created: Oct 19, 2007
weslindsey Created: Oct. 19, 2007
The first HR20-100's were black also. They switched to silver after a couple of months. Also, it looks like the HR21 will be SWM equipped. No more need for two cables from the satellite to the receiver. *nice*
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weslindsey Created: Oct. 19, 2007
The first HR20-100's were black also. They switched to silver after a couple of months. Also, it looks like the HR21 will be SWM equipped. No more need for two cables from the satellite to the receiver. *nice*
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Created: Oct 19, 2007
weslindsey Created: Oct. 19, 2007
thanks for the feedback. it would be nice to be able to pick up the national feed because, as someone else mentioned, the programming is not identical. Also, they occasionally have things (sporting events) broadcast in HD that are not available on my current sub or OTA. I suppose this is a network-imposed restriction. If there was a way DTV could make more money and sell ...
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weslindsey Created: Oct. 19, 2007
The only caveat is to make sure you get your 103b satellite lined up correctly during the install. This will insure the best HD reception. I can't tell a huge difference btw comcast and DirecTV on my TV (Philips 42" plasma). Maybe I'm just blind. Also, depending on where you are, you may experience significant "rain fade" with satellite TV. This can be a bit of a pain on ...
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weslindsey Created: Oct. 19, 2007
The only caveat is to make sure you get your 103b satellite lined up correctly during the install. This will insure the best HD reception. I can't tell a huge difference btw comcast and DirecTV on my TV (Philips 42" plasma). Maybe I'm just blind. Also, depending on where you are, you may experience significant "rain fade" with satellite TV. This can be a bit of a pain on ...
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