April 23, 2012
The website is still not functioning properly. The site is operating most of the time and members can log in and navigate around the site; gain access to the members area; and get access to / post on the Forum. The main problem seems to be: that emails sent to any Club Officers' official email addresses get lost in the ether. Some bounce back to the Originator; others don't.
Webmaster Stewart Porter is in the process of negotiating and moving the site to a second alternative Hosting company (after a bad experience with the first 'new' Hosting company). This also involves moving to another Server, which requires setting-up. We're told that it may take another 4-5 days before it's all resolved.
Meanwhile: please use our personal email addresses:
- IT issues, Stewart's is ** Please log in to view **
- membership issues, mine is ** Please log in to view **
- general Club stuff, Club Sec Peter Wilson is ** Please log in to view **
- Banter magazine editor, ** Please log in to view **
D1 Plunger, D3 Swing Arm, D14/4 . Also e-mail me: email@example.com
January 9, 2013
im pleased its not just my nohow on all this stuf i have not been able to use my own laptop top for a long long time it gets into the bsa owners club but not this club it gives a mesage of the time being advanced i am a notrty boy useing this comuter im band from ; so wen the cats away the nice will play ; its a good job we have stuart and the rest of you to sort it out for us a big thanks for all that work put in gys
August 15, 2019
August 27, 2013
April 19, 2018
Thanks for your understanding and support, gents. This has proved to be a more complicated matter than we were first advised. A little like inspecting the twin-switch set up of a D7 with one "creative" previous owner and no wiring diagram Hopefully, all should be resolved shortly, as Bryan says.
All the best,
'49 LE; '50 D1 Lucas; '55 D3 Battery; '58 Square Four (project); '59 D1 direct lighting; '60 5TA; '62 BSA Sunbeam; '72 Mobylette; '76 FS1-E;
June 23, 2013
June 27, 2018
January 18, 2020
Just to mention, I believe gmail is black-listed by a number of ISP's, so this may explain why emails don't get through to those addresses. For example I have a gmail account and if I want to send to someone else who's also on gmail I have to use my gmail mail (so a good job I have it). If I use e.g. btinternet (which I also have) they never get through. Also ISP's filters can be fussy about web links embedded in email texts and may block those too. For example, never have a 'sent by mail in Windows 10' as your outlook mail signature (with the word 'mail' being a hyperlink). Guess how I know. Sadly the sender may never know about non arrival of messages since you no longer get a 'failed delivery' message bounced back, and explaning the reasons why and even where it's been and who or what bounced it, which used to be common years ago and thus extremely useful, but now, nothing, nada.
Mike H --
Murphy's 4th law of motion states that any small object that is accidentally dropped will immediately hide itself under a larger object.
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