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#1 17 May, 2008 1:21 pm


Ok, so in my private message box, it says my sent messages is full when I have one message in there! and when I have 0 in there it says I have it 98% full! I wanna be able to save my messages! hELP!
Also, where did BOTH my last threads go???? they keep dissapearing!!!!!!!!!
TELL MEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! *screams like fred*

Last edited by Pom Pom (17 May, 2008 1:22 pm)

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#2 27 May, 2008 2:28 am

Re: GAH??!

omg your having the same problem?! i'll have like two in my message inbox and it will say it's like 50% full, and i'm all like wtf!!! but i haven't had that other thing happen to I'm going to try to keep this thread alive for you!


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#3 27 May, 2008 10:17 am

Re: GAH??!

You will need to delete messages in your SENT messages box also. They also contribute to your message count.

A few reasons topics might get deleted by moderators:
- Undescriptive topic where the subject is something like "smile"
- Repeat topics (topics where someone has already started a topic on the same subject

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