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Are the servers down a lot at the moment, or is it me?
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For a little while now I haven't been able to access Casebook on my Mac.
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For what it's worth, I only use Macs and have never had a problem.

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That's interesting, here at work (PC) I have no problems, but at home about a week or so ago, I've been unable to get Casebook. What O/S are you on? I'm suspecting it's rthe latest update that might be the problem.
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I use Yosemite 10.10.1 on a Macbook and iMac. There is a discussion thread that may have to do with your problem.

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If your using Safari or Firefox, I suggest trying another browser like Chrome or Maxthon and see if you still have the issue. Also, maybe rebooting your modem and cleaning out your safari cache may help.


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I have windows XP and run FF, not the newest version. Cleared cache, still happening. I'll try another browser, but it seems people are having this same issue on several browsers and OS's? Anyway I'll try.

If I hit "try again" repeatedly, I eventually can connect to the site somewhat sporadically. DNS issues? I'm just poking it with the guess-stick, no idea, really. Doesn't happen with any other site.

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