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Help! trouble replying to Messages in fourms

Can anyone give me advise on how to reply to postings?
What is the meaning of 10 post counts?????

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Just hit the reply button below the message you want to reply to. You'll be limited in what you can attach to a reply until you have 10 posts. Welcome aboard by the way, you'll find this to be a great site. Let everyone know your interests in sailing.
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The 10 post minimum is an anti-link-spamming measure that they've taken...and it has been very successful. I'd also recommend you read the Newcomer's post, located HERE, to help you get the most out of your time here on sailnet.

I'd also recommend you remove your e-mail address or put it in non-machine readable form, such as "kevin underscore conery {at} hotmail dot com... .so the spambots don't pick it up.

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Can anyone give me advise on how to reply to postings?
What is the meaning of 10 post counts?????

Kevin
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kevin underscore conery {at} hotmail dot com

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I'd also recommend you remove your e-mail address or put it in non-machine readable form, such as "kevin underscore conery {at} hotmail dot com... .so the spambots don't pick it up.
But you quoted it! That is just cruel
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Byron...

DOH... I fixed it... LOL...

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—Cpt. Mal Reynolds, Serenity (edited)

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