Telecom is close to solving the problem that closed down its djuice email service.
Some users of the WAP-based service were receiving email intended for other recipients and after being alerted to the problem, Telecom shut down the service.
Now, according to a Telecom spokeswoman, a solution is about to be tested with some external customers.
"We've been working on the problem and testing of the solution will begin shortly. Hopefully the service will resume not long after that," says Gita Parsot, although she could not say when that would happen.