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 Post subject: Apologies
PostPosted: Wed Aug 01, 2007 5:02 pm 
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My apologies to all for the amount a spam we have had registering on the site this last 10 days. I am in France and expected to have broadband when we arrived but that's another story! Thankfully they could not post any filth on the forum as I had disabled automatic registration.

I am now online and able to keep a better eye on things.

Once again, my apologies.

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 27, 2007 8:30 pm 
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My apologies once again. I am going away for the weekend and will not have access to the internet while I am gone. I will delete any spam registrants on my return.

Also, if anyone tries to register while I am away, I will not be able to authorise their membership. I will do this at the first opportunity.

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My apologies once again. I authorised a new user last night who I thought was genuine. He/it turned out not to be so and when I switched on this morning he was adding lots of undesirable content to the forum. My apologies if anyone saw any of it, I have deleted all and the user now.

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I just closed my eyes Mel,I thought this was a family site :roll: :lol:

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I'm sure you did David. Thankfully this doesn't happen too often.

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