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Vodafone said full service should be restored to business email customers today after problems earlier this week.

The Register got an email last Saturday from a customer who said: "the vodafone business email system (the push system one powered by vista) is out nationwide; and has been fluctuating since wednesday."

Vodafone told us today: "We experienced an interruption in service last week which resulted in some users being connected but not being able to synch mails. We very quickly identified the fault as an issue with a third party vendors software and restored service within 30 minutes to most customers.

"Some end users may have experienced delays in achieving full service following this interruption due to the number of clients reconnecting. It's important that any customers still experiencing problems call customer care in the normal way." ®

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