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New Idea On How To Improve The Forum!

Sat Nov 25, 2000 4:20 am

I came up with a new idea on how to improve the airliners.net forums:

Today was just one of those days. I got a large number of stupid and boring emails. Between ads, chain letters and truly sad jokes from other airliners.net users, it can start to drive me mad! Someone sent me a 1mb email which I must admit was rather funny but I could have lived without it!

I know that most of you will say that I should not display my email on my profile etc. but I have often got some interesting emails from other users.

Why could Johan not develop as system like for the contacting photographers on airliners.net where you have to fill in a form. Afterwards it could be our choice if we want to or not give the person our email address.

I am sure this would definetly cut down on the amount of ads, 1mb emails and chain letters we get!

What do you think?

Jeremiah Teahan
Goodbye SR-LX MD-11 / 6th of March 1991 to the 31st of October 2004
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RE: New Idea On How To Improve The Forum!

Sat Nov 25, 2000 4:33 am

Sounds like a lot of work for Johan, when does he ever get a break?

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