FW: Unable to connect to the mxit server. Please check your

David Woolley forums at david-woolley.me.uk
Wed May 8 03:24:37 EDT 2013

kekanalf at gmail.com wrote:
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I've not been able to trace that message ID of mine, but I'm certain 
that I haven't referenced MXit for a long time, so you are either using 
an extremely old article or an unrelated one.  In this context, you 
should not be using Reply at all.

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> From: kekanalf at gmail.com
> Date: 18/04/2013 11:46

For MXit, your best chance of getting any help is to contact MXit 
support directly.  Note though, that when they did respond to the list, 
all they tended to do was to repeat their basic howto article, rather 
than respond to specific cases.

If you still want people on the list to comment, at the very least you 
need to provide your server settings.

Note that most problems connecting to servers are the result of firewall 
issues, so details of the network may also be important.

David Woolley
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