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Contrbute can connect to server but is unable to transfer data

I've been using contribute 3 on my laptop at home to update my school's website for weeks. I sometimes got message saying couldn't connect to server when I tried to publish a page or create a draft but this was usually at night and after a couple of tries it would work. Then I started to get the message that contribute can connect to server but is unable to transfer data, check firewall and connection. My firewall is set to allow contribute and the network is ok. Nothing has changed on my laptop so I can't understand why this has happened. I have uninstalled and reinstalled the software several times and can only get as far as the testing connection screen.

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Perhaps there is a quota on the server...and or perhaps it's full depending f the kingd of files you usualy upload

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