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Posting your email address in the forums

Discussion in 'Hangout Lounge' started by SnoSheriff, Feb 27, 2006.

  1. SnoSheriff

    SnoSheriff Site Owner Staff Member Administrator

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    All of our forums are open to the public so anyone with web access can read your posts. I recommend you don’t post your email address in the forums so you protect yourself from email SPAM. Better option would be to PM (Private Message) the person you wish to contact. Once you are communicating ‘off line’ then you can exchange email addresses if desired. PM functionality is available in every forum and through user profile.

    Just my 2 cents :wink:
     
  2. coldndead

    coldndead New Member

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    thx snosheriff, i had'nt given the evil spam a thought.
     
  3. krayzeesmoke

    krayzeesmoke Member

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    That's a good idea, I wonder if your ICQ and Messenger stuff is visible?
     
  4. FirstYamaha

    FirstYamaha Member

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    I keep sending PMs and they sit in my outbox and don't go anywhere.
    Yeah I know, it's probably pilot error...but how the heck do I get a message to Chacal so I can get some parts??
    I hate Bill Gates.
     
  5. chacal

    chacal Moderator Moderator Supporting Vendor Premium Member

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    First, you've got a message awaiting you!
     
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    FirstYamaha Member

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    Kewl...how did u do that??
     
  7. OldFleetGuy

    OldFleetGuy Member

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    I have been duly informed by members that there is a correct protocol for threads. I want to be in compliance, but am new to this type information exchange. My greatest (but not only)interest in this forum is tech talk. So, what is the criteria for starting a new thread? My bike is an 80' XJ650 Maxim. Should ay new tech thread be system related (ie, fuel, frame, suspension, brakes, ignition), or component, such as carb, tire, alternator, bearing, transmission? Please advise.

    Many thanks.
     
  8. Bushy

    Bushy Active Member

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    Hello OldFleetGuy, to start your own thread get to the tech chat list of topics page, on the top right above all the names click on 'post new thread' give yours a title and type on from there. Could be system related but it is often better to keep all your stuff on the one thread coz it can be easier to follow what is wrong/ right/been done/ not been done ... yes a bike is a system of inter related bits but it's one bike. Good luck with it
     
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