Posting in the wrong forum.

  Forum Editor 23:10 01 Aug 2005
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I thought it was worth reminding our newer members of the need to check that you're in the right forum area when you start a new thread asking for help or advice.

When I spot a thread that's in the wrong area I'll move it, and when I do that I post a message in the thread, telling the originator where it has gone. Sometimes people untick the email notification box, so they don't receive an email alerting them to my post - they think the thread has been deleted.

If you find that your thread has mysteriously vanished, go looking for it in other forums areas - the chances are that I've moved it. Even better, make sure you're in the right forum area before you start your thread in the first place.

  De Marcus™ 23:14 01 Aug 2005

Or just click on my postings :-)

  Forum Editor 23:34 01 Aug 2005

Yes, you could do that instead.

  BH34 10:48 02 Aug 2005

^

  mattyc_92 11:16 02 Aug 2005

bump

  Taff36 13:53 02 Aug 2005

Thanks FE - The Network Forum should get busier then!

  stlucia 13:54 02 Aug 2005

... except that my postings seems to be a little bit poorly at the moment ;-o

  VoG II 19:20 02 Aug 2005

Bump!

  stalion 20:56 02 Aug 2005

bump ooh sorry bumped on the wromg forum

  mattyc_92 09:38 03 Aug 2005

bump

  stalion 18:21 03 Aug 2005

bump

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