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define your own error  msxml3.dll error '80072ee7'

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msxml3.dll error '80072ee7'
The server name or address could not be resolved

How do you define your own error message on your asp webpage.
For example
if error 80072ee7
display the Unable to connect
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This article should guide you,

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/224070
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