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Additional bX- Codes Needed?

Not so long ago, many Bloggers would complain, quite frequently of a common problem
We apologize for the inconvenience, but we are unable to process your request at this time. Our engineers have been notified of this problem and will work to resolve it.


After various complaints and suggestions, Blogger seeded their code library and added a seemingly unique error code to each known failure point. Almost overnight, it seemed, complaints mentioning the generic error message quoted above disappeared. A much more maneagable query became common.
I have a bX-aaaaaa code - what does it mean?


Now, it seems, new Blogger code is being added that doesn't issue a bX- code, and the generic error message is being reported again.

>> Forum thread links: bX-*00027

>> Copy this tag: bX-*00027

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