RE: RJGKennedy1 answered your question: US1910Project
you send me a response, but I the system says: Permission Problem
You don't have permission to do that.
What do I need to do to fix the “Permission Problem” so I can read your email?
Moriarty Cathy Estelle,
Please post a new question by going to Q&A on the left side, choose a category and ask a new question.
I don't understand your question above. Please go to Q&A on the left side, choose the category:
Search=a question about historical records, Family Tree= questions about FamilyTree and sources, Indexing=questions about indexing.
Please re-post your question. The first post above is a little confusing.
I posted a question about the US1910Project.
I received a message stating RJGKennedy1 left me a response.
I clicked on the email I received telling me about the message RJGKennedy1
the system responded:
You don't have permission to do that."
Both my post and the response from RJGKennedy1
were gone before I could read the response.
@Unabletodisplay I tried to send a private message, but it looks like the guest who wrote about this problem made their user profile private, so communication options don't work. Hopefully they have solved the problem and asked their question in another place.
Notification options are found in "Edit Profile" and include the following.
Notify me when people write on my wall.Notify me when people reply to my wall comments.Notify me when I earn a badge.Notify me when people accept my answer.Notify me when people answer my question.Notify me when my rank changes.Notify me when my ideas' statuses change.Notify me when the status changes on an idea I've voted on.Notify me when I am invited to a group.Notify me when my group membership request is approved.Notify me of private messages.Notify me when people comment on my discussions.Notify me when people comment on my bookmarked discussions.Notify me when people mention me.Notify me when people comment on discussions I've participated in.
This nearly happened to me, but I managed to get to some of the replies in time.
Apparently, moderators have the option to move posts to private, behind-the-scenes support queus. What they apparently mostly fail to realize is that doing so renders not only the post, but also its replies immediately and completely inaccessible to mere mortal users of these forums.
If a moderator moves a post after a reply has been posted but before the original poster gets a chance to actually read said reply, then the situation described above occurs: the poster gets notified of a response that he/she doesn't have permission to see.
FS needs to SERIOUSLY rethink this process.
Elsewhere on the internet, material only "gets disappeared" if there is something extremely wrong with it: inexcusable offensiveness, breach of privacy, flagrant disregard of the terms of service, that sort of thing. Having a perfectly innocuous post disappear comes across as Not Friendly, to put it mildly.