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# 145479 19-May-2014 14:48
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Hey all,

I received an email this afternoon saying a new message was waiting for me on Geekzone. However, there is nothing in my messages. Is there an issue or is it just a glitch in the matrix?

Cheers, Matt.

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  # 1048085 19-May-2014 14:56
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OK. So someone has posted me an empty message which GZ then decides is blank and rejects. Thanks Freatism.

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  # 1048144 19-May-2014 15:40
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I think you can get that if someone decides to delete it before you read it. Or possibly a spammer sent the message and then they got deleted. I recall that sort of thing happening to me in the past.

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  # 1048340 19-May-2014 19:13
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The GCSB removed it before you could read it. Have you had a knock at your door yet?

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  # 1048345 19-May-2014 19:20
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Yes. I did get a knock at the door soon after. However it was only woody99 wanting help with his wifi camera that was not working. I am now wondering if he works for the GSCB and is using his Aliexpress wifi camera to spy on me..... I couldn't get it going which I think may be a good thing.

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