Insufficient privileges to post in this thread

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  1. cmjr

    cmjr Well-Known Member

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    I had suggested to a guy on Saubier that he might get some info on Sakos by joining here, that prompted an earful. He informed me that he was a member and he got tired of getting this message when he tried to respond to a thread. "Insufficient privileges to post in this thread". Didn't have an answer for him.

     

  2. paulsonconstruction

    paulsonconstruction Sako-addicted

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    That only comes into play in the "for sale/classifieds". You have to respond thru the PM system on those threads. It will say the same thing to any of us. Change occurred a short time ago. If he's a member he should be able to respond to the other threads just fine. If not, tell him to PM a mod or post a thread & ask for help instead of yelling at you.
     
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    Todo10 Forum Tech admin SCC Board Member

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    Do you know at least his username or email so I can check? Is necessary to create an account before reply a thread.
     
  4. cmjr

    cmjr Well-Known Member

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    I sent him the response so if he wants to tee it up he can.
     
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    L61R SCC President Forum Owner SCC Board Member

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    Sometimes members register but fail to activate their account.

    The actual activation is done by following a link sent by the system after a member has entered all the neccessary information.

    If a member doesn't follow the link, the username and password is stored inside the system and the member can log in but not post until the member has activated their account by following the afore mentioned link.

    This has happened several times over the years and might be one plausible explanation.

    Jim
     
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    Cant seem to start a conversayion.cant send message...suggestions?
     

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