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Jeff:

I just renewed my membership yesterday and now I'm unable to log into webmail. I don't think the two are related though as I'm able to POP my mailbox, so I know my account is in good standing.

I hope you're able to figure out why my login doesn't work.... And I'm wondering if anyone else is having problems????

Thanks...

MrMaxx[at]spamcop.net

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I had some problems earleir today but now the log-in is back. However pop.spamcop.net still appears to be unreachable.

Andrew

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Just to update myself as it were...

The route to the POP server are failing

1 20 20 10.153.192.1

2 40 20 62.30.241.40

3 21 -19 194.117.136.162

4 90 69 195.66.224.105 lndnuk1icx1.wcg.net

5 101 11 64.200.87.61 nycmny2wcx2-pos15-3.wcg.net

6 Timed out

No doubt time for a relaxing coffee or more and an opportunity to get on with other tasks without the Email alert ringing away every few minutes. It will surely return just as suddenly as it disappeared ;)

Andrew

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Just to update myself as it were...

The route to the POP server are failing

1 20 20 10.153.192.1

2 40 20 62.30.241.40

3 21 -19 194.117.136.162

4 90 69 195.66.224.105 lndnuk1icx1.wcg.net

5 101 11 64.200.87.61 nycmny2wcx2-pos15-3.wcg.net

6 Timed out

No doubt time for a relaxing coffee or more and an opportunity to get on with other tasks without the Email alert ringing away every few minutes.  It will surely return just as suddenly as it disappeared  ;)

Andrew

I'll just point out that that timed out long before it got close to us. It sounds like your ISP or their upstream may be having routing issues.

JT

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I'll just point out that that timed out long before it got close to us. It sounds like your ISP or their upstream may be having routing issues.

Jeff,

I absolutely recognise the issue was not local to either of us... but as a number of other folk were reporting the same problem and it was most likely a route to the pop server affecting us all it seemed worth suggesting we invoke <chill> mode or as merriman suggested <no email><coffee> mode.

Andrew

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