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Old 11th of September 2007 (Tue)   #1
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Hi.

Just wondering if anyone else is having issues replying PMs? I only just got it now.... hit submit, and I get this:

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I can access all the old PMs and navigate around them etc and could reply them earlier today.

Cheers.
Feng


Edit: oh... I'm using Firefox 2.x

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Might be caused by content of PM (we have strict URL, JS and SQL injection protection systems here). I'll PM a test to you, see if you can reply that.
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Thanks Pekka.

Tested with certain sections removed, and i found the rogue section... tried to replicate with just that section and it failed with the same error.

I've PMed you (a few times ) with the rogue section... weird cos it's pretty much just plain text with a : and a -

Ta.... thought I'd raise it to your attention anyways... other PMs (as you figured out) work fine
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It may just be the way the characters are arranged. Try embedding the whole message in [code] or [noparse] tags and forward it to one of us that way.
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Hi Jon.

Thanks for the reply.

It was very unusual... I was posting my Bank details... and it consisted of:

BSB : xxx-xxx
ACC : xx-xxxx

(except there was no space between the B and the : or the C and the : ) just replicated again here with a reply.

where 0s were the account number. that was it. If I put that in any PM it'd give me the same error as above...

I ended up forwarding an image capture of it to Pekka.
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Testing

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Testing

BSB:
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Testing

CC :

Just did a test then again... and it doesn't like CC : (all together though)

how bizarre
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CC : or BCC : or TO : as in e-mail address fields
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CC : or BCC : or TO : as in e-mail address fields
ah righto hehehe... sensitive but that's cool.... we have found the issue

Cheers for that

does that mean you can't write TO: ?

edit: hrmm... nah TO: works hehhe... just not CC : (minus space of course).
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