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Old 08-15-2006, 05:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Paid for the renewal licence about a month ago. It was working fine. Today not able to log on and at the bottom of the page it says HTTP. Can anyone help me with this??
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Old 08-15-2006, 11:38 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Paid for the renewal licence about a month ago. It was working fine. Today not able to log on and at the bottom of the page it says HTTP. Can anyone help me with this??
Try pulling the battery - ive been using verichat for a year and a half and that happens about once every month or so.... great app regardless, well worth the $$
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If that doesn't work their customer service is excellent and responds to e-mails in a timely fashion. I love this app.
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My experience has been the exact opposite. They responded quickly to my first couple of emails, but after that went dark and have provided neither a solution to the problem nor any apology.

I've been very disappointed by my VeriChat experience. And I am not, apparently, the only one: The New VeriChat Contact info

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Verichat is not for me.. i prefer yak-it
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I tried to sign up for Yak it. They have not responded to me..
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I loved using Verichat while it worked. The graphics etc were far superior. Ive uninstalled, reinstalled. Is there anything else anyone can shed any other light on. Ive just pulled and reinstalled the battery. That didnt help. I need to get this up and working.
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I loved using Verichat while it worked. The graphics etc were far superior. Ive uninstalled, reinstalled. Is there anything else anyone can shed any other light on. Ive just pulled and reinstalled the battery. That didnt help. I need to get this up and working.
Yeah, it is great when it works.

Try installing it a different way; if you did it OTA use the Desktop Manager, or vice versa.

Also, you can use Ramble in a pinch - it's free, and it's been more reliable in my experience.
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Yeah, it is great when it works.

Try installing it a different way; if you did it OTA use the Desktop Manager, or vice versa.

Also, you can use Ramble in a pinch - it's free, and it's been more reliable in my experience.
Ramble is good but not as reliable as yak-it.
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Ramble is good but not as reliable as yak-it.
Do you mean Yak On?

As I said, Ramble's free, and Yak On's $20. Not to say it's not worth it, but in a pinch a free product's definitely worth trying.

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Do you mean Yak On?

As I said, Ramble's free, and Yak On's $20. Not to say it's not worth it, but in a pinch a free product's definitely worth trying.

lol sorry I meant yak-on.. yea, ramble is worth the try. But, it's not really that reliable for me, i get disconnected very often and no auto connect.
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