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    Senior Member jays100's Avatar
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    Is the PM feature working?

    Having a problem sending PM’s the last couple of days, anyone else having that issue?
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    Mine have been working fine. What sort of problems?
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    I’ve tried to reply to an ongoing discussion, from several devices, and the messages won’t send. Or if they have, don’t attach to the thread.
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    I haven't used the PMs here but on a lot of forums you only have a limited amount of messages which include sent messages.

    Edit: the limit here is 500 so that's probably not it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doctorruckus View Post
    I haven't used the PMs here but on a lot of forums you only have a limited amount of messages which include sent messages.

    Edit: the limit here is 500 so that's probably not it.
    If you keep deleting old messages you'll never hit the limit. I can hit 500 in a couple months, my limit is significantly higher though
    Jim O'Brien
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    You don't reply to ongoing discussions through private messages (PMs). Are you saying that when you type a message in the "Quick Reply" dialogue box the hit the "Post Quick Reply" button nothing happens?
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    Yes, with quick reply, nothing happens. It bounces back to the PM entry page.
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    Just tried to send a new PM, no workee.
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    test PM sent
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    Super Moderator longdistancerider's Avatar
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    I rarely click the "reply" button. I just scroll down to the Quick Reply box and type it then hit submit
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    1978 CB400T1 restored
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    Road Trip https://www.hondatwins.net/forums/11...here-i-go.html or "where's Jim now?"
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