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Old 04-01-2010, 02:29 PM   Nav to Top  #1
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when im posting replies..in some sections the system tells me i need moderator approval before my message shows up. is this true for all time or is this just a way for you all to make sure that im not going to crap the board up ?

i ask because some questions i am going to have are time sensitive..
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Yep, forum spam is quite a nuisance on these boards so we needed to integrate some aggressive measures, but this is only true for your first 10 messages. After that the system recognizes you as a 'real' poster and no need for moderator approval for your posts.
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