firstname.lastname@example.org NOTE: access is with 3 c’s
Hi. This is really Mark… you know, the guy who has been on these boards since the second day of operation of ticats-ca. I’m frozen out of my old account and name. I go through endless loops and the new activation link goes into cyberspace and not to my email.
I registered my name “mark” when we were first warned to do so back in June and it was confirmed by the system. I go off to Africa for a month and when I return I sign into the Board and when I try to post I’m shifted to the “now its time to link accounts page”. I followed the instructions and it said that it was sending an activation link to my email account. it never came.
IF YOU CAN’T POST THEN SEND YOUR COMPLAINTS TO email@example.com - remember, access is misspelled as acccess
I’ve been in contact with Alex at the Ticats and over 4 emails he made suggestions and eventually had the webmaster send a new activation link. That one AGAIN did not work. Since then both the webmaster and the 'Cats have ignored me.
Should I just give up on the Board after more than 5 years? I mean, there’s little football talk on here now and people are so grumpy with each other that it looks like a lot of the old posters have left.
But I had lots of neat pm’s like my chats with Bob. There were exchanges that I saved and even some poetry contests that I ran that I occasionally referenced. It’s all locked away now.
JareCanada has a new name because it looks like he’s locked out. Who else is stuck out there? I’ve set up a hotmail address so that anyone who CAN’T post due to the foulups in the new system can email me with their complaint and I’ll pass them on via this Board and my new idiotic and angry persona. Then I’m done. If the Cats/CFL don’t care- then why should I. I’ve spent far too much time trying to resolve the technical issue that the website should never have permitted to happen in the first place. An automatic linking could have been done and saved all this hassle but some individual somewhere wanted to save the time of writing a few lines of code.