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Old 06-16-2014, 03:02 PM
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It's not a matter of posters being vetted, it is simply a technical restriction by the forum design to prevent spam attacks. This resolves itself easily within a couple of days and no harm is done by new posters posting their questions in related threads until they can start new threads.

An entire new section dedicated solely to this very temporary "issue" is really un-necessary. If you prefer not to read the posts in the older threads than simply skip it, but no need to alienate new members.

That being said...

Welcome to the forum lexxi, hope you find the information and resources you are looking for!
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An entire new section dedicated solely to this very temporary "issue" is really un-necessary. If you prefer not to read the posts in the older threads than simply skip it, but no need to alienate new members...
Again, I did not notice the poster was new, so it wasn't about "alienating new posters". It was about telling them how to get the info they are looking for, in the best way.

"Introductions" section could be utilized now - it wouldn't have to be a new section.

It's not a matter of "simply skipping" the unrelated posts, in this scenario. I am subscribed to the threads where this pops up, often, and one thinks they are getting a notification of an update or new info on the thread I acutally subscribed to, and instead getting a totally unrelated tangent, by a, in this case, new poster then.

Welcome new poster. Hopefully you will have your "post a new thread" rights soon.
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