I have a 3 server setup. 1 Publisher and two subscribers. My publisher stopped working tonight (reason as yet unknown), however when I was checking my servers I noticed that the first subscriber seems to have stopped synchronizing with changes in the database at some point, however the second subscriber is synchronizing just fine. The really weird part is that even though the first subscriber says that there are only about 100 phones registered there are actually about 1300 working right now and they are registered to that subscriber! If anyone else has seen this or knows what I am experiencing I would really appreciate the help. Thanks.
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