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Stupid question of the day: How to PM

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Rufus

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I would like to send praise to Randall Garrett for his prompt and thorough help in the Apex forum, but I didn't think a new thread was needed. I clicked on his name and the only option I saw was for email, but then it said he does not accept that. So, how do I PM, or is that something that might be disabled and I shouldn't bother?

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To send a PM click on the user's name and PM is an option. Or go directly to your control panel and send a PM there by clicking "new private message"
 

Rufus

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To send a PM click on the user's name and PM is an option. Or go directly to your control panel and send a PM there by clicking "new private message"

The first suggestions yeilds:

View Public Profile
View all Posts by Randall Garret
Add Randall Garrett to your Buddly List


and the second option gives:
  1. Randall Garrett has chosen not to receive private messages or may not be allowed to receive private messages. Therefore you may not send your message to him/her.
So, it must me a forum setting that prevents sending a PM.
 

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The user to which you want to send a PM does not want to be contacted by PM or email via our forum. So you will not be able to contact him via the forum.
 
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