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Post by azwiz on October 28th 2015, 7:04 am





Because of the way the word serving is being used here in the image host admin panel . I am unclear if it is asking me to put the email of the image host or my email in either of these features . It is probably mine , but I am not sure .

Ok so if I havn't changed it ? What is entered is correct ? Or I wouldn't have an image host ? Is that right ?



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Solved Re: Unclear on the terminology of whos email goes in the serving account

Post by brandon_g on October 28th 2015, 12:14 pm

Hello,

It would be the foundation e-mail address you used to create your forum Wink.

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Solved Re: Unclear on the terminology of whos email goes in the serving account

Post by SLGray on October 28th 2015, 10:17 pm

When you create a forum, an account is crested with the email used to create the forum on Servimg.

P.S. I would edit your post and remove the email address if it is your real email address. Never post email addresses on a PUBLIC forum.


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Solved Re: Unclear on the terminology of whos email goes in the serving account

Post by azwiz on October 29th 2015, 2:47 pm

@SLGray wrote:When you create a forum, an account is crested with the email used to create the forum on Serving.

P.S. I would edit your post and remove the email address if it is your real email address. Never post email addresses on a PUBLIC forum.


Remove it and replace it with what ? I remember doing that last year and I lost all my saved images . I am the only admin . So only your litigation team would be able to view it . And I think I can trust them .

" an account is crested with the email used to create the forum on Servimg." that is what is confusing me . When you say the word serving . Are you referring to serving .com ? Without the .com it just looks like another term that I don't understand .

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Post by brandon_g on October 29th 2015, 3:35 pm

Yes, servimg means servimg.com , it is just the name of the site, there is no definition for it. Wink

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Post by brandon_g on October 31st 2015, 3:27 am

Topic solved and archived ~ brandon_g


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