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Topic # 113841 29-Jan-2013 17:48
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Just signed up and posted a Topic in this Forum. Went back in to answer a post but get
"#103133 You do not have permission to reply to this topic".
Why can't I reply to my own topic?. I go into many forums but this one has me bluffed. Any help will be appreciated.
Added I have read the Help files but they didn't 'Help'.

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  Reply # 752814 29-Jan-2013 17:51
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  Reply # 752817 29-Jan-2013 17:55
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Yes new forum coming ask your question here if you like

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 752819 29-Jan-2013 17:56
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As mentioned, our forums are having some serious construction work done, which will done very shortly! In the meantime if you require urgent assistance or need some general advice, please fell free to contact us on onlinecare@vodafone.com and we can help with any urgent queries.

Alternatively, we're happy to help on here where we can! What can I do for you?




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  Reply # 752821 29-Jan-2013 17:58
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Ugh, Lithium. I can't imagine a worse platform to migrate to - barring only Telligent. Vodafone sure have some crazies in their community team!

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Reply # 752826 29-Jan-2013 18:07
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Kyanar: Vodafone sure have some crazies in their community team!


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  Reply # 752836 29-Jan-2013 18:23
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His general subjective opinion on people who select Lithium ;)





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  Reply # 752839 29-Jan-2013 18:27
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freitasm: His general subjective opinion on people who select Lithium ;)



What we changed to was not selected by the staff that will run the forum

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  Reply # 752840 29-Jan-2013 18:29
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Exactly. But it was still decided by someone somewhere... As I read his post it wasn't a comment directed to a specific Vodafone NZ employee but a generalisation of people using Lithium.




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  Reply # 752842 29-Jan-2013 18:33
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freitasm: Exactly. But it was still decided by someone somewhere...

Rubbish. Everyone knows that cell towers have advanced forum-platform-deciding AI!

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  Reply # 752844 29-Jan-2013 18:37
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Behodar:
freitasm: Exactly. But it was still decided by someone somewhere...

Rubbish. Everyone knows that cell towers have advanced forum-platform-deciding AI!


Can I request a 'Like' button so I can like this post? No? Too bad. :( Lithium has this feature...

(I am just kidding, please don't crucify me. I love the GZ forums just as they are. :) )




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  Reply # 752845 29-Jan-2013 18:38
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Don't worry. I won't hold this to you, unlike the reverse. Ask John.





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