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Post by pharding »

It started approximately 6 to 8 weeks when they cracked down on spam. I did not intend for my posts to be spam. Apparently after review by the spam filtering software, the software concluded that my replies were spam, but not my original posts. :D



It was fine for a while. It forced me to spend less time with Wright Chat. My wife was telling me, "Less Wright Chat, more exercise". She felt vindicated. I gave passing thought to the idea that she hacked the Wright Chat web site, but given her aversion to technology of any type, computers, cell phone, car, etc., I dismissed that idea. She is also too frugal to hire a hacker.



The front office is looking into it. Apparently they know what might be the source of the problem. What is bizarre is that that I am just stopped from posting replies, not original posts. Other message boards that I occasionally visit, for cars or watches, do not have this vexing problem or else I would bring in a computer consultant or an exorcist.
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Post by SDR »

Bizarre. Looks like you're the only victim of the full-blown disease; a few of us have a minor version of it ?



So it's a combination of factors, both at your end and at the Wright Chat end ?



My computer has been running slow, and I haven't decided what to do about it.

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