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ATTENTION ALL!

 

We had a chat scheduled tonight, but our chat room is down for some reason. I have contacted IP Board, and they were not able to see the issue right away. They are working on it right now to resolve.

 

If they can resolve it in the next 15 minutes, we will still have chat tonight. If later than that, we will cancel. Stay tuned.

 

Robert

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Still haven't heard back from IP Board. I'm going to go ahead and call off tonight's chat. We will have a chat next Sunday at 9PM Mountain. Sorry. :(

 

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Still haven't heard back from IP Board. I'm going to go ahead and call off tonight's chat. We will have a chat next Sunday at 9PM Mountain. Sorry. :(

 

Robert

 

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Here is the latest from IP Board:

 

Hello this is due to a license server issue, we are looking into this and hope to have it resolved very soon, we apologize for the trouble and should have it resolved shortly.

 

Thank you

 

 

Regards,

 

Rhett Buck

Invision Power Services, Inc.

 

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