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Old 01-09-2008, 11:28 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by iamback View Post
I browsed around a bit and the Mac sections certainly look useful (I recognize a few names as well, heehee).

So, I created an account, and I find that as soon as I log in, all messages disappear - messages that I can read just fine (and counters indicate exist) when not logged in. And of course I cannot start a topic either. I did click the confirmation link in the email. What the h*(&^*$%#^%$ ???

There's useful stuff to read, but I'd like to ask a question, too.
Binky got caught out with all the spam joinups that we also had trouble with.

She was in the process of converting to vBulletin a few months ago, but I think her poor health has held her up.

Anyway, she is personally approving all new joins now.

I was going to offer to ask her to push your membership through, but it seems to be active.

Let me know if you still can't post and I'll follow it up for you.


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