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Getting SSL errors when trying to OmniSync [A:High load caused connection timeouts - see thread.] Thread Tools Search this Thread Display Modes
see title. anybody else?
Originally Posted by FatalError View Post
see title. anybody else?
Are you still getting them? I think there was an issue earlier this morning, which seems resolved now.
Yes, still getting this error.
I've been getting this error as well. I've tried restarting the ipad and iphone. I'm also getting the error on my iMac. Any ideas on how to solve this?

One of the sync servers is overloaded at the moment. It still works, but many connections time out. Apparently the plan is to wait for the load to drop off, then move some of the users off that server.
Great. Thanks for the update! Much appreciated!
Originally Posted by whpalmer4 View Post
One of the sync servers is overloaded at the moment. It still works, but many connections time out.
Strange way to put it. Timing out still equals not working. Been 4 hours and still nothing. I really hope this isn't a recurring thing especially with OF 2 bringing in (more) new customers.

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