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whinbush
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2020/10/13 17:23:08 (permalink)

Where are old PM's

Hi All,
 
not car related but..
 
Am I being dumb or.......?
If I want to find and old PM where is the link / button as I can not find it ?
Sure is someone sends me one I get a notification but if at a later date I want to refer to the message how do I find it ? 

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Motorhead
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Re: Where are old PM's 2020/10/13 17:37:55 (permalink)
Hi James,
 
You just need to go to Forum then My Forum Settings and you’ll be able to access your messages there.
 
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Re: Where are old PM's 2020/10/18 23:13:18 (permalink)
Nope not there 
or am I looking in the wrong place ?[image]blob:https://www.porscheclubgb...4fa0-8082-9acc10a6785f[/image]
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Re: Where are old PM's 2020/10/18 23:15:21 (permalink)
That was meant to be a screen shot but it didn't work 

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Re: Where are old PM's 2020/10/18 23:26:09 (permalink)
Wow found it 
Clicking on the word Forum is not Enough you have to go over to the right and click the dropdown arrow. 
Very intutive 
 
Anyway thanks for the help.
 
Might be worth a web revision at some point to have just a Pm button
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Re: Where are old PM's 2020/10/19 09:02:08 (permalink)
Good to hear that you’re sorted James. I think it depends upon the device you’re using. On my PC it’s just a click on Forum but on my iPad I have to use the drop-down function you mention.
 
I’m afraid that the whole site operation is a bit awkward but there’s little chance of the drastic revision required.
 
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Re: Where are old PM's 2020/10/19 09:21:36 (permalink)
I just Bookmark the url - https://www.porscheclubgb.com/forum/pm.aspx
 
if you are signed in it will take you to your PM list

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