// [FAQ] Why do I have to enter a code to send a madina message?
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« on: Jan 17, 2008 03:10 AM »


Q. Why do I have to enter a code to send a madina message?

A. If you have under 5 posts you are required to enter a code. This prevents spam bots from registering and sending messages to everyone immediately.
 
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