Holy cow man - a pox on .Mac ID solve this darn problem

Discussion in 'Mac OS X Server, Xserve, and Networking' started by OzExige, Jun 16, 2008.

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    OzExige

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    After 30 attempts I've chucked in the towel, ahhhhhhhhhhh

    Please help me with .Mac ID's

    please :(

    After reading all the help on .Mac
    and deleting all cookies, I give up
     
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    AdeFowler

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    Can you elaborate? I may be being a bit thick :eek:
     
  3. macrumors Core

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    no, i read this and went 'huh?' myself.
     
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    mkrishnan

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    My friend Kels also could not understand what you're talking about. Sorry.

    [​IMG]

    Are you locked out of your account and it's denying your password? What, Lassie, in a well? What, girl? By the prairie? :D
     
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    OzExige

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    I've made my 32nd attempt to login to .Mac and it just wont budge, I'm using iWeb and trying to set up a page. Everytime I've logged in I get the same problem (wrong password, ID) I can't tell you the number of email from Apple I've deleted, I lost count after 25.
    Nothing I do helps, including deleting all cookies and Disk Utility that repaired permissions in AirPort :confused::(
     
  6. macrumors Core

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    so apple can't help you gaining access? have you tried from a different router/machine or other point of access? perhaps something in your network setup is causing the problem. or specific to your machine. etc.
     
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    .Andy

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    I can't log into mine either OzExige. Perhaps it's just down for mobileme stuff. It's been a bit crappy lately.
     
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    sushi

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    I am still confused as to the OP's situation.
     
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    AdeFowler

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    First things first. Can you get into the .mac System Preference Pane, where you'll see your account status and iDisk capacity?
     
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    sushi

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    FWIW, I just logged into my dot Mac account with no problems.

    So if it was down, it's up now it seems.
     
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    OzExige

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    Thanks guys, didn't hear of a .Mac maintenance however, it came up at 4.11am, restarted, reconfigured and at last, up and running. Your not going to believe the rest, but here goes.

    Thanks again,
    Lance Smith
     
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    sushi

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    Glad to hear that it is working for you! :)

    And thanks for the feedback.
     

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