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Where are my posts?

Forums General Melanoma Community Where are my posts?

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    mrf
    Keymaster

      As you may have noticed, today we have upgraded the bulletin board with a new look and additional functions.  Unfortunately, we were not able to move over the posts from the previous bulletin board system to the new bulletin board.  As such, all posts from the older bulletin board have been archived and will remain on the site for reference purposes.

      As you may have noticed, today we have upgraded the bulletin board with a new look and additional functions.  Unfortunately, we were not able to move over the posts from the previous bulletin board system to the new bulletin board.  As such, all posts from the older bulletin board have been archived and will remain on the site for reference purposes.

      To view old bulletin board posts, visit the archived bulletin board.  Once you arrive at the archived bulletin board, click on the tab titled “Archive,” and you will be able to view all posts based on the month they were created.  While you will not be able to respond to these posts, you can view the responses that have already been left. 

      If you would like to continue the conversation, please post your topic to the new bulletin board.  Please note, as part of the bulletin board’s updates, you will no longer be able to post a comment without first logging-in.  While you can still post anonymously, you will have to be logged-in and then select the option to post anonymously.  The change is due to issues with inappropriate posts, and by requiring participants to log-in before postings we can address this problem.  If you do not have an account with melanoma.org, please register.

      If you have any issues or concerns, please feel free to contact the Melanoma Research Foundation.

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        washoegal
        Participant

           I tried searching the archives for some of the last months posts and could not find most of them.  Any ideas?

            kwahlbin
            Guest

              Is there a particular post that you are looking for?  I can see if I can find it.  When you were looking on the archived board, did you go to the archive tab and select June 2010 – July 2010?

            Pekoe
            Participant

              Just testing to see if I can post.

              JerryfromFauq
              Participant

                Kathy, when I tried searching the archives, the date screen flew on past where I could not enter a date, could only enter what term to search for.

                JerryfromFauq
                Participant

                  Kathy, when I tried searching the archives, the date screen flew on past where I could not enter a date, could only enter what term to search for.

                  JerryfromFauq
                  Participant

                    Kathy, when I tried searching the archives, the date screen flew on past where I could not enter a date, could only enter what term to search for.

                    jmb
                    Participant

                      How do I find current posts?  I just registered today.

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