Error submitting exception to ITN

I've seen a number of people post about this, but haven't seen a response
yet (apologies if I missed it). Whenever ReSharper's exception dialog is
raised and I try to submit the exception, I get a dialog which says:

Error submitting exception to ITN:
System.Net.WebException: The remote server returned an error: (400) Bad
Request.


Has anyone resolved why this happens? I get the same problem both at home
and work, in all flavours of VS.

Cheers -
/gerrod


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Double-check your un/pw. That was the source of my problem.

<gerrod.thomas@gmail.com> wrote in message
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I've seen a number of people post about this, but haven't seen a response
yet (apologies if I missed it). Whenever ReSharper's exception dialog is
raised and I try to submit the exception, I get a dialog which says:

>

Error submitting exception to ITN:
System.Net.WebException: The remote server returned an error: (400) Bad
Request.

>

Has anyone resolved why this happens? I get the same problem both at home
and work, in all flavours of VS.

>

Cheers -
/gerrod

>



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Double-check your un/pw. That was the source of my problem.


How does that expression go... "the simplest explaination is often the correct
one"? removes egg from face

Thanks for pointing out the obvious fix, Jeff; though I'm curious why all
of a sudden my password got corrupted between builds! At least I'll know
how to fix it in the future.

Cheers -
/gerrod


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Some time ago your ITN password was stored as a plain text.
Once we;vr changed it to encrypted form.

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"Gerrod Thomas" <gerrod.thomas@gmail.com> wrote in message
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>> Double-check your un/pw. That was the source of my problem.
>

How does that expression go... "the simplest explaination is often the
correct one"? removes egg from face

>

Thanks for pointing out the obvious fix, Jeff; though I'm curious why all
of a sudden my password got corrupted between builds! At least I'll know
how to fix it in the future.

>

Cheers -
/gerrod

>



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