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MSN messenger Service Experiencing Outages
Posted by Tom Warren on 08 Feb 2005 - 05:49 | 17 comments Forums
For the second time in two weeks, the MSN Messenger Service is experiencing worldwide sporadic problems.
Some users are still connected but many have been forced off theMessenger Service. MSN's status page which provides updates tocustomers about any service problems is currently experiencing "Serveris too busy" errors and ASP errors.
On the 23rd of January the MSN Messenger Service was down for around 5 hours before service was restored.
An MSN Spokesperson confirmed the following last time "The MSNMessenger service experienced a hardware issue that resulted in adisruption of service for some customers this weekend. We identifiedthe issue and worked to resolve it as quickly as possible. We apologizeto any customers who were inconvenienced."
It's possible that this could be the issue again and we are awaitingMicrosoft's response to this. Meanwhile a Neowin member, Dom, believeshe knows the true reason as to why MSN Messenger is down..."I haveofficial word of why MSN is down, one of the cleaners unplugged theplug to the 4 way which has the 2 MSN Messenger servers and the 2routers on it so she could hoover the server room". You never know huh http://www.neowin.net/comments.php?id=26992&category=main
well i went out at like 6:58pm and my messenger signed me out at, roughly, 7:26:54 and just got back on so i guess mine was down too.... i was looking at my msn plus even log just if you were just thinking im a freak taking notes of my msn times