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Thread: For the moderators / admin: Why my threads are never approved / published?

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    Question For the moderators / admin: Why my threads are never approved / published?

    Hello

    This is a thread with a question to the moderators / admnistrator.

    Please note: this is a "help me!" thread. If I didn't do something well just tell me so I can post a valid thread according to content/rules .

    I've written 3 threads.
    - 1 few days ago
    - 2 today: one answer in "hello thread" and one in "beginners section" about "0 ARP received, 0 packets send" **

    The post I wrote few days ago is the same as today ** but less detailed. I can suppose you didn't published it because it was missing the needed content,or it was too early or beacuse I didn't "say hello" to the community . So I can understand..

    Because of this I made the thread of today: I carefully read the "How to make a valid thread" article and "forum rules". I think the content is ok,I'm a member for 5 days (so more than 72 hours).

    Please tell me what I didn't do well.

    Thank you very much.

    regards

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    Default Re: For the moderators / admin: Why my threads are never approved / published?

    The posts from newly registered members are not published by default so your posts will be available only after a moderator review them.
    This process might take up to 2 days depending on the time each moderator has.
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