From: Robinson, David <david.robinson@in...> - 2004-12-22 01:42:42
Yes, I've seen this error. Don't know if your circumstances are the
same as mine or not. In my case it occurred when I had the client
installed from my wife's account (and it seemed to install for "all
users", but tried to sync from my own account on the same machine. We
would like to maintain syncronized favorites on the accounts just as if
the two accounts were on separate machines. I don't think I tried this
prior to SP2, so I can't make a comparison to if this error message is
"new" with SP2 or if its been there all along.
My workaround was to have the favorites from both accounts point to the
same exact file in shared documents. This is not optimal since only one
account does the actual syncronization, but its relatively affective.
>Behalf Of Brian Edgin
>Sent: Tuesday, December 21, 2004 1:31 PM
>Subject: [BMSYNC-USERS] Troubles with XP Service Pack 2?
>Anyone out there using SyncIT with XP Service Pack 2
>successfully? I can't seem to be able to get it to
>work. Here is the status I get:
>The SyncIT service cannot connect to
>www.[sitename].org. The server sent back a bad HTTP
>The most likely explanations of this error are either
>your proxy cannot connect to the BookmarkSync web
>server, or the web server is too busy.
>Any ideas? I've tried with v. 1.4 and 1.6 with the
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