If your Digsby Client Application gets stuck in Local Mode and won’t connect no matter what… ..you may want to try fixing it by doing the following:

  • step1: Uninstall and then reinstall. Did it work? If not then go onto step2.
  • step2: Go to “C:\Users\[YOUR_USER_NAME]\AppData\Local\” and delete the Digsby folder. Go onto step3.
  • step2: Go to “C:\Users\[YOUR_USER_NAME]\AppData\Roaming\” and delete the Digsby folder. Go onto step4.
  • step4: Install Digsby and you are now able to connect.

Did this work for you too?


2 Comments

Andrew · July 23, 2010 at 08:12

@Justin, did you complete step 4 at the end?
A reinstall from http://www.digsby.com/download.php will finish it off, then enter your username and password if needed once all done.

Another thing could be the connection settngs, perhaps it’s on an incorrect proxy?

Justin · July 23, 2010 at 06:38

I did all the of the steps above and digsby now will not even connect, let alone connect and run in local mode. Any suggestions?

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