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Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by mikethebarber, Apr 14, 2015.

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  1. mikethebarber

    mikethebarber Thread Starter

    Apr 14, 2015
    Hi ! For the last week, EVERY TIME I try to get my e-mail, after I click onto the icon as usual--it's supposed to let me log in; but what has been happening is that I get a sign now EVERY TIME, saying "YOUR SESSION HAS BEEN TIMED OUT" --pLEASE TRY AGAIN." THIS WAS NEVER THERE BEFORE and I have to try the "refresh button" or go off ( back to homepage), then try again. Some days it takes 4 or 5 trys befor it lets me Log in . Also now I have to give my username and password every single time. I called the Verizon tech support and some tech suppoprt in the Phillapines or India said that theres an outage in my area. I don't belive this. How can I bypass this sign so I can log in and get my messages.? It's VERY annoying. Thanks !
  2. etaf

    etaf Moderator

    Oct 2, 2003
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    why do you not believe them ?
    Call and ask when they expect the outage to be resolved and working normally again - and if you think they are lying - no reason why - then ask for a refund for the time the system is down, from the billing department - that should get you to someone who knows the situation

    That can happen - in the UK over the weekend , we had an issue with Orange Email - not letting people log in and also BT had a problem with broadband completely

    Only reason I knew it was an outage , as i had a few calls from people with BT in the same area having issues and I have a couple of people with orange and both had the same issue logging in
  3. valis

    valis Moderator

    Sep 24, 2004
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