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Sorry to hear of problems. but....

April 18 2005 at 2:32 PM
John Prigent  (Login JohnPrigent)
MODERATORS ONLY - Allied WWII
from IP address 195.93.21.38


Response to Okay did the registration but....

This has really been forced on Missing Links by the number of people who ignore the posting rules and, more to the point, by some characters who think it funny to give someone else's name and a fake email address. not many on this group, I'm glad to say, but if moderators don't have to check every post for missing names or email addresses we'll have more time to post helpful (we hope) replies and to build our own models.

I'm sorry that some of you are having problems in registering; from my own experience I can say that if you have cookies blocked the registration process falls apart. Otherwise it is straightforward if you're prepared to wait for the Network 54 email to validate you - don't expect an immediate response, remember Network 54 may be in a different time zone to you!

I'm also sorry that some of you feel the registration is too much like work. Those who can't be bothered will still be able to look in, but we'll miss their input, Peter Brown's especially. It's a shame that some people can't be bothered to register but we must respect their choice even if we do think them a bit too suspicious.

Cheers

John


    
This message has been edited by JohnPrigent from IP address 195.93.21.38 on Apr 18, 2005 2:29 PM


 
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