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Private message sending limit

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Is it possible to increase this limit when someone is doing a quiz via PM?  I just spent quite a bit of time scoring someone’s answers and the system won’t let me send it for 24 hours.  I know that others have had this problem as well.

     

We lose ourselves in books and games.  We find ourselves there, too.

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I can’t find a configuration setting for this unfortunately Frown I’m assuming this is an automatic spam prevention method.

(This is another argument for us to move to a better forum…)

     

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Thanks for checking, Marek.  I assumed it was for spammers but agree that a choice would be preferable.  We’ll deal with it for now.

     

We lose ourselves in books and games.  We find ourselves there, too.

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Hi Marek, is there a way i can keep my Inbox PM, there are some very special PMs that hold such great memory for me, but going through this Quiz tomorrow i will need to delete most of all, i know that sounds strange, but maybe you can pull ‘em up a server or anything, and empty my inbox with the Admin ways, maybe. i am sure. but it never hurt asking.
Thanks

     
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Why don’t you just save the PM pages in their entirety? No reason for them to actually stay in your inbox, is there?

     

Editor-in-Chief, some obscure little site called Adventure Gamers

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That would be fine, Jack, but I don’t know how!, niether the copy or move buttons are functioning (if this is how)

     
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Just right click the page when your PM is open, and click “save page as” or the equivalent in the browser you’re using. If you want everything, choose the “web page, complete” option, which will give the main page file and a folder with all the incidentals.

     

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Hi, Advie—In the Google Chrome browser, there’s also the ability to Print a page as a PDF file. It saves the output to a digital file; it doesn’t use any paper.

In Internet Explorer, the default option is to Print as an XPS file (Microsoft equivalent to PDF). There might be a plug-in available for PDF, if you prefer that. Not sure about Firefox’s options.

     
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Thanks Jack and Cali, done Wink

     

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