1 Reply Latest reply on Nov 23, 2010 3:50 PM by Mark Obrien Branched from an earlier discussion.

    Replying to ACS Network Threads

    Robert Buntrock

      C'mon, Wendy.  EVERYONE knows who YOU are! (No need for further ID.)


      I find the ACS Network slow and cumbersome anytime, worse at some, probably due to high usage.  Apparently the only way to reply is to reply by e-mail like this (I couldn't find any link to do so on the message; one option was to link to the net which just brought me back to your message, no more).  At least one has a spell checker by using e-mail.


      Bottom line:  the ACS network will be more difficult and time consuming to use than our existing AOL forum.


      -- Bob Buntrock

      Buntrock Associates

      Orono, ME (showery, foggy, just a touch of snow yesterday)

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          Mark Obrien



          When you click on the link in the email, it takes you directly to the discussion without logging in to the Network.  As a Network guest, your actions are limited to browsing content. Should you wish to add content or make comment you must log in first.   There is a Log In/Log Out button at the top of every page.


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