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The MobiLink 12 client is throwing this punctuation-challenged error message on the first synch each day, after less than a minute:

Log scan ended at offset 0002988998
Unable to connect a socket The system-specific error code is 10060 (hex 0000274c)
Unable to connect to MobiLink server

asked 14 Jan '11, 20:42

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Breck Carter
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Does this happen with every remote? Is "the first synch of the day" equivalent to "the first after a reboot"? How long ago was the last synch that worked? Are you on a high latency network (e.g. poor cell network, satellite, VPN, or over the ocean)? What does the server see (turn on -vf to get first read network errors)?

(14 Jan '11, 22:28) Bill Somers
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