HDUK - Problem Posting Replies To Posts !!

    Im having a problem posting to replies of posts put up ! When i attempt to do it, it comes up with this message:

    "Milly-Moy, you do not have permission to access this page. This could be due to one of several reasons:

    1. Your user account may not have sufficient privileges to access this page. Are you trying to edit someone else's post, access administrative features or some other privileged system?

    2.If you are trying to post, the administrator may have disabled your account, or it may be awaiting activation."

    I can't even reply to people's comments that they've made to the posts i've uploaded. Do you have to have so many posts in order to reply to others? Or do you have to do something else in order to get this?

    * EDIT *

    Notice i have replies now, i can't post back anything! It happens with all the posts i look at, even to my own one's that i post (like now) - a recent one i popped up had a problem with a link & i wanted to let people know that its back up & running, i couldn't do that. Did i verify my email address, god i really can't remember getting an email to be honest - would there be a way of getting it verified?


    aer you just seeing that on one thread? that normally happens when a thread has been pulled.

    did you verify your email address ?

    are you being logged out ?


    you need to verify your account with the email sent to your email address

    just realised you cant reply lol ..

    When you sign up you need to verify your email by clicking the link sent to you from here to your email account.

    without doing this you can post a thread but cant reply.

    So you need to check if you still have the email, maybe check control panel see if it can be re sent or if not contact admin as they can do it manually

    You should be able to reply now, as your account registration wasn't completed but this has now been done for you.

    Original Poster

    Thank you Rayman for that !! Much appreciated :-D
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