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Someone sent a comment to my profile, but it is pending my approval. I don't know how to view it.

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Someone sent a comment to my profile, but it is pending my approval. I don't know how to view it.

If it's the same one I got from "love..." it's junk. The messages were being removed. I'll put one on yours ( a nice one not junk) & see if you can see it.

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Those comments have been removed--a spammer got through earlier today.

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If it's the same one I got from "love..." it's junk. The messages were being removed. I'll put one on yours ( a nice one not junk) & see if you can see it.

I see it!.....or, rather, them :P *snicker*

Those comments have been removed--a spammer got through earlier today.

Good to know. Thanks :D

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I am having a similar problem. It says I have 2 new "personal conversations". When I went to view them last night I saw that they were not questions directed at me specifically, but appear to be from a lost new member trying to get help from the board. I can't figure out how to view the entire meassage or how to reply to this person to let them know they posted their questions to my profile instead of the board. I tried to just delete the messages but it still says I have 2 unread. Can anyone help me either delete these or can someone transfer her questions to the board? Also is there a way to just make it so no one can post messages to my profile? I have had this problem before and I can't figure out what to do about it....

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In the upper right corner of the page, you will see your user name above the search bar. To the right of it is a downward pointing triangle. Click it to access a menu.

To see your messages, choose "Messenger" which is the fifth one on the list. Once there, you can read, reply to, or delete messages. You can also send them from there.

To disable (or re-enable) Personal Messenger, select the second option, "My Settings." Click on the "Notification Options" button on the left side of the screen. In the Privacy Settings section, check the box "Disable my personal messenger." Scroll all the way to the bottom and click on "Save Changes."

I have no way to see what those messages are, or who sent them. If you want to send that information to me via a personal conversation, you can. Do that BEFORE you disable your personal messenger. :blink:

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In the upper right corner of the page, you will see your user name above the search bar. To the right of it is a downward pointing triangle. Click it to access a menu.

To see your messages, choose "Messenger" which is the fifth one on the list. Once there, you can read, reply to, or delete messages. You can also send them from there.

To disable (or re-enable) Personal Messenger, select the second option, "My Settings." Click on the "Notification Options" button on the left side of the screen. In the Privacy Settings section, check the box "Disable my personal messenger." Scroll all the way to the bottom and click on "Save Changes."

I have no way to see what those messages are, or who sent them. If you want to send that information to me via a personal conversation, you can. Do that BEFORE you disable your personal messenger. :blink:

Thank you, but now they are gone now. I'm not sure what happened--Perhaps they were deemed spam or perhaps I was successful in deleting them somehow. I guess I am confused because I am familiar with using private messages on other forums but these seemed to be messages posted on my profile where anyone viewing my profile could see them. I wouldn't mind getting private messages from memebrs that want to ask me questions but I can't figure out how to reply to these profile messages. So I guess I will just disable all messages from here on.

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Comments to your profile are different from personal messages. You currently have two, the most recent being from April 7.

The settings for those are in your profile. Go to your profile, and click on "Edit my Profile."

To disable comments completely, uncheck the box "Enable Profile Comments." You also have the option to approve comments before they are visible to other members, if you so choose. In any case, you have the option to delete any comment.

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Comments to your profile are different from personal messages. You currently have two, the most recent being from April 7.

The settings for those are in your profile. Go to your profile, and click on "Edit my Profile."

To disable comments completely, uncheck the box "Enable Profile Comments." You also have the option to approve comments before they are visible to other members, if you so choose. In any case, you have the option to delete any comment.

Yes, these were comments to my profile, not personal messages. I had my setting set up so that I had to approve those message before anyone could post. There were two new messages that someone tried to add yesterday. I did not approve them but tried to delete them last night. they were stillt here this mornign when I posted this but now theya re gone. Perhaps it was just a delay...I don't know. I am just going to disable posting to my profile I think because people keep trying to post there as if they think they are on the message board forum. Thank you for the help.

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