Having a problem connecting 1 of 2 REB1200's to my content.I use an XP box - service pack 2 - as a proxy server and RebLibrarian v2.27 to upload content to the 1200's.
About a week ago both stopped working with the Librarian program. When connected, they wouldn't see any content on the bookshelf. I have since re-installed the librarian program and got the 1'st 1200 connecting and downloading content again.
The 2nd 1200 will connect to the bookshelf, and correctly displays all content. When I attempt to download any of my own content to the 2nd 1200 though, it gives the same error every time...
"There was no response from the server; trying the operation again may help."
I am able to download the "GNU Wget Manual" that installs with the librarian program to the 2nd 1200, not sure why only this file.
I have double-checked that my content is .IMP format. I have also checked the IP address of the proxy server and the 1200, as well as the port both listen on. Everything is the same as the 1st REB1200.
I assigned a new IP address to the second 1200 and still received the same error.
I copied all content between both bookshelves in attempt to make both connect to one bookshelf or the other.
Any other suggestions I can try to get the second unit downloading my own files from the bookshelf again?
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Not sure what you are trying to solve. Do you have a problem with the tablet, or does the tablet state that the "Exchange Server has stopped working"?
If it is a tablet problem, then please provide as much detail about the problem you are having.
If it is an Exchange Server problem, this is on the other end of your connection (i.e. wi-fi connection), and is a problem with the provider equipment or software. You would need to contact the provider and tell them the problem you are having.