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    Try to figure out something. It said i had to add someones email to my contacts to get to where im able to post and send replys

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    Quote Originally Posted by pamperme View Post
    Try to figure out something. It said i had to add someones email to my contacts to get to where im able to post and send replys
    Hello, pamperme.

    You are a "Contributor" at this point with 4-posts...you have already done what's needed with supplying an email address. You should be able to post and reply on the forums, however you'll not be able to post PM's (Private Messages), until you have made 20 posts.

    Please see the link below, and see if that helps.

    http://www.adisc.org/forum/content/7...ls-system.html



    Contributor (C)

    Contributors are members who have contributed to the site by posting at least once.
    By continuing to participate in ADISC, they can level up further to Established Contributor.


    Established Contributor (EC)


    Most regular visitors to ADISC are Established Contributors.
    This is the normal level for ADISC members who have been around more than a week or two.
    To become an EC, you need:
    20 posts
    0 or higher reputation (ie: don't let it get negative)
    7 days of membership
    no rulebreaking within the last four months

    After meeting the requirements, you will be automatically promoted within an hour.
    Benefits include:
    Access to the EC forum
    Access to the live chat
    The ability to send private messages
    The ability to leave profile visitor messages
    The ability to have a personal signature
    The ability to post blogs
    The ability to see positive rep on posts and report it if it is invalid
    -Marka

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