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what's up with this Lee?

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Question, James ..

Hi James,

What makes you feel GL was "getting lost" at http://www.cnet.com/news/contact-us/ ? I read her post a few times and don't see where she made mention of it, or alluded to it. Sad

I replied to her post earlier believing she resolved the issue with US Tech Support. And that she did post at the forums. I felt her (unanswered) Apple Mail post was one of the posts, where she might have felt neglected.

And the answer is behind .. door number 1 .. or door number 2? Grin

Please correct me if I'm wrong..
Carol

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she said she was ignored

So in concern since nobody else had, I went to look and found those posts outside the normal forums. Have you looked at that page from 2003? Nothing on it, but has a place for comments. I have no idea how she arrived at it instead of the forums she seems to have used previously.

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Not sure what that page is about.

Any ideas where the link came from?

I'll look into it and forward it the appropriate party.

Thanks,
-Lee

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I found it looking in her profile

I'd never seen it before. I have no idea how she arrived at it.

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OK Thanks James!

That page shouldn't exist, we have redirected that page to the correct one.

Thanks,
-Lee

Post was last edited on November 9, 2015 11:01 AM PST

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