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    Dear Forum Moderator from Newbietoo

    I would like to appear as a registered forum member. I thought that I had done that. Please put me through the steps to register again so that so that my bio. to the left of my posts appears as the other members. I think that Blacksheep has a very valid point. Membership shows commitment to the Forum and helps to solidify respect for one another. Regards, Newbietoo

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    HI,

    nEWBIE TOO,give an email id next time while registering under another nick.
    Follow the steps the bulletin ***rd tells in ur mail to activate ur account.

    regards Data.

  3. #3
    Unregistered Guest

    Thanx Data!!!

    I thought I did that too, but don't remember (oh, no the mind is going too ) I'll try again and let the forum know that the new nickname is me. Regards, Newbietoo (gosh, this nick was starting to grow on me a little .)

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    Talking No worries, Newbietoo...

    Just add an extra "o"...as in: Newbietooo
    Minor change, essence stays the same

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    Re: Dear Forum Moderator from Newbietoo

    Originally posted by Unregistered
    I would like to appear as a registered forum member. I thought that I had done that. Please put me through the steps to register again so that so that my bio. to the left of my posts appears as the other members. I think that Blacksheep has a very valid point. Membership shows commitment to the Forum and helps to solidify respect for one another. Regards, Newbietoo
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    otherwise, your registration won't be detected and you have to logg in manually at every reconnexion.

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    Unregistered Guest

    Thank you all

    I have decided to leave things as is and just make certain that I identify myself to the forum each time I post. I remember getting the email and checking all points, but being very strict for security purposes (I didn't allow for much). This is a personal choice based on a bad experience that I had in the past. I do still act on the advice given to me by cyberangels.com. Since I am on the subject I would caution all Forum members to always keep their own security in mind, even here. Remember the nasty "acronym" we had here a short time ago? Anyway, you will all know when I am "on ***rd". Regards, Newbietoo

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    Re: Dear Forum Moderator from Newbietoo

    [QUOTE]Originally posted by Unregistered
    [B]I would like to appear as a registered forum member. ..........

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    i also noticed that if you are behind a proxy, the proxy might be disabling the cookies, therefore, even if you loggon, the system will not accept you.
    (cause it won't see the cookies on your PC).

    thanx

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    DATA,
    We R both right, sometimes (depends on the OS) HTTP_REFERER could refelect either the origin or the real IP.

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