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I have just installed ICVerify Software on one of our companies pc's. When sending the credit card batch for authorization the software comes back with cannot detect modem. An older version of the same software we used previously had Java load first and then it was able to send the batch using the internet. I do I get the new program to do the same thing, no modem but dial using the internet?

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Port and modem string were incorrect. Once correctly entered it worked successfully.

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