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  • Started 12 years ago by martin
  • Latest reply 12 years ago from Jim Matthews
  • martin Member

    from germany. i see i have the same problem as others: error:the server dropped the connection(it may be to busy). Mac OS 9.2.1 with Fetch 4.0.1 via dsl. thanks

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    System Version = 0x921
    Using SITE hostname proxy server host:ftp-proxy.btx.dtag.de, port:80, userid:mdadixon
    Connecting to ftp-proxy.btx.dtag.de port 80 (01.07.2002 20:56:32 Uhr)
    Using SITE hostname proxy server host:ftp-proxy.btx.dtag.de, port:80, userid:mdadixon
    Connecting to ftp-proxy.btx.dtag.de port 80 (01.07.2002 21:01:48 Uhr)
    Using SITE hostname proxy server host:ftp-proxy.btx.dtag.de, port:80, userid:mdadixon
    Connecting to ftp-proxy.btx.dtag.de port 80 (01.07.2002 21:03:24 Uhr)
    Using SITE hostname proxy server host:ftp-proxy.btx.dtag.de, port:80, userid:mdadixon
    Connecting to ftp-proxy.btx.dtag.de port 80 (01.07.2002 21:19:34 Uhr)

    Posted 12 years ago #

  • Jim Matthews Administrator

    I would suggest setting the Proxy Type in the Firewall section of Preferences to "None."

    I would also suggest upgrading to Fetch 4.0.2, which you can download from http://fetchsoftworks.com . It will accept the same serial numbers as Fetch 4.0.1 (so it's a free upgrade from 4.0.1).

    Jim Matthews
    Fetch Softworks

    Posted 12 years ago #

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