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A number of members on TAble Top Sports are reporting issues with the PM system. There's a notification that there are messages in the INBOX, but when you try to view them there is a message that states "NO UNREAD MESSAGES". Is there an outage or issue with the PM function?
Ditto here and receiving reports of the same from other members
Is this still a problem now?
thanks for the details ...
Working for me now. I know some members are reporting the same, but if I have any more complaints I will post them here.
Experimenting here, seems to be intermittent.
Let us know if you get more.
Just got word that some users are still experiencing issues.
I've let tech know.
Still an intermittent problem
The 0 should not be orange so that's one indicator
This is the other
Hey There -
About 30 mins or so ago was able to respond to a PM that had just been received . . . then when trying to respond to a subsequent PM received tried to reply . . . clicked "send" and nothing happened . . . then clicked send again and up popped a pop up with "no message to send" . . .
Of course being a night owl and it being about 1 in the morning - tech may be working on the system . . . and thus the reason for what happened . . .