Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Blogger glitch: Blogger email post failed: Error code: 6.13C4765

I had to email that last post to Blogger twice. After the first attempt, Blogger sent a stiffly-worded bounce-back message that started with:

Blogger could not process your message at this time.

Error code: 6.13C4765

Original message:

I simply re-sent the post and it worked fine, and promptly at that.

I attempted to do a Google search on that error code and got nothing. Now, at least, if someone searches for that error code in the future, they'll get this post which at least will tell them to simply "try again."

It may be that part of the error "code" is actually data, so that the "code" could be quite different each time even though the cause may be the same. If this is the case, I'd recommend that Blogger use hyphens to separate the elements of the "code" so that Google can do word matching on the elements.

Oh, and by the way, I do not consider Blogger's behavior here to be an example of or even . Words like "hack", "crock", and "kludge" come to mind.

-- Jack Krupansky


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