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Posted 18 June 2012 - 10:41 AM
Quite a few members are having dramas with the PM system at the moment so here is a quick fix for a couple of the problems.
When replying to someone's pm you get a 'please enter a message of more than 3 characters, this message was not sent message'
Go to "My Controls" (under their username on the left of the screen)
Under the Menu (second column on the left) look for the Options subheading and click on Board Settings.
In the Control Panel, look for this bit ...
"Type of text editor to use when posting"
If it is set to Rich Text Editor, change it to Standard Editor (or vice versa).
Once you have done that, you will be able to send Private Messages without any issues.
When some people send me pm's they are just coming up with my last message
The fix is the same as above but needs to be done by the member sending the PM (ie so if I receive the pm with no reply and it is from member xyz member xyz needs to follow these instructions not me)
Hope this helps a little as I know it causes confusion and frustration.
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