Just the Way It Is.... problems with a PM (conversation) being deleted?

gmule Posted By gmule, Sep 20, 2013 at 11:43 AM

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  1. gmule

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    I had a PM deleted from my in box. Has anyone else had this happen?
     
  2. USMC80

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  3. Grisu

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    That was just mentioned in another thread. Some possible reasons:

    - The other member deleted the PM himself.
    - The other member closed his account which probably means the PMs go, too.
    - Since it is the second instance in a few days, maybe a forum bug after the recent update?
     
  4. USMC80

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    I don't think the member who sent it can delete if from your messages, I'd go with option 2 or 3 maybe
     
  5. webbie

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    Only possible reason for a deleted convo at this point is a banned member whose convo's were deleted by the admin.

    This is very rare - usually we ban members (when required) without choosing to ban their messages and/or convos. But we have the option and if we feel the convo's were misused (it's our judgement call), we can choose a checkbox when member is banned.

    Long story short, no messages are searched our and/or deleted individually. But if EITHER a member requests for them to go bye-bye or we decide for them to, it happens.
     
  6. webbie

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    Thread moved to Forum Suggestions, Etc. for educational purposes.
     
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